Food Insecurity on the Table

The Worcester Food Security Task Force and Worcester Community Action Council will host a debrief on the recent White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health on Friday, October 21, 2022 from 9-10 a.m. at WCAC’s (soon-to-be) new office location at 18  Chestnut Street, Worcester. Read more here.

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Bracing for Winter – October ENews

As has been widely reported throughout mainstream media, we are collectively bracing for an extremely challenging home heating winter season with retail prices for energy at or near multi-year highs across the United States. WCAC’s Home Heating Assistance program stands at the ready to help as many eligible households as possible secure the help they need. Read more here.

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WCAC is on the move!

WCAC is on the move! Learn more about our upcoming office relocation, fantastic new outreach van and more in our September Enewsletter! Read more here.

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Kicking off YouthWorks Summer 2022

Worcester Community Action Council, Inc. hosted a Kickoff for the 2022 YouthWorks Summer Jobs program at the JMAC Theatre in downtown Worcester. WCAC’s Job & Education Center (JEC) oversees the program which will place more than 400 youth into jobs with nearly 70 employment partners across the City for a six-week, subsidized work experience starting July 5th. Read more here.

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WCAC stands in solidarity with Nativity School of Worcester

Worcester Community Action Council and our Board of Directors stand in solidarity with the students, leadership, staff, and Board of Trustees of the Nativity School of Worcester in their decision to express support for making our communities more just and inclusive by flying the flags representing Pride and Black Lives Matter. Read full statement here.

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June Enewsletter

If you’re looking to make a positive impact on your community, working side by side with some of the most dedicated and compassionate coworkers, WCAC is the place for you. Join out team. Read more here.

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Community Conversations: Navigating the Cliff Effect & Breaking Barriers in the Bureaucracy

WCAC will host the second of four planned Community Conversations on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 from 9:15-10:30 a.m. The (online) forum entitled Navigating the Cliff Effect & Breaking Barriers In the Bureaucracy will feature local leaders and expert providers who are working to break the many structural and policy-driven barriers that contribute to the cliff effect, and who also have practiced proven strategies that help people achieve greater economic mobility. Free to attend. Live translation in both Spanish and Arabic will be available. Register HERE.

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April ENews: Kids Can’t Wait… Celebrating EEC

We’re proud to spotlight our early education & care programs in this month’s newsletter and invite you to join us in recognizing the invaluable role our early educators play and in championing the changes needed to better support and sustain the field. Read more here.

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