Community Action Partnership of North Alabama is a member of the national Community Action Partnership network. Community Action Partnership is a national 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization that provides technical assistance, training and other resources to Community Action Agencies, nonprofit and public groups funded by the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), a federal program that allocates funding to states to combat poverty across the United States.
Our Annual Reports include statistical results, programmatic outcomes and information related to the Board of Directors. Personal stories feature personal success stories within our programs that demonstrate the importance of our commitment to reducing or eliminating the causes and consequences of poverty for families and communities.
Financial statements for all programs are included in the annual audits and financial statements of the agency.
Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors represent the public, private and community sectors of our three-county core service area. Our Board members and advisors are selected from a wide variety of vocations and leadership roles and serve the agency to the highest ability to ensure our mission, vision, and values are fulfilled at all times.
The Partnership celebrated its 50th anniversary in August of 2015 as a Community Action Agency. Our History provides a look back at the changes and growth that have occurred over the last 50+ years, including name changes, partnerships and program expansions.
Our Mission, Vision, and Values
Our Mission, Vision, and Values are who we are and drive not only what we do but how and why we do what we do.
Standards of Conduct
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United Way Campaign
Each year The Partnership participates in the United Way campaign to help support United Way agencies in our service area. Visit the United Way Campaign page and see how United Way agencies across Morgan County are making a difference. And follow our campaign via #UWCAPOFNAL for updates and fun facts.
Community Needs and Resources Assessment
Every three years, The Partnership conducts a Community Needs and Resources Assessment (CNRA) in accordance with Organizational Standards. The CNRA collections information from communities served and drives the agency's strategic plan for programmatic decision-making. The most recent CNRA was conducted in 2017, and presented to and accepted by the Board of Directors on August 23, 2018.