Salisbury-Rowan Community Action Agency Awarded Fifth Third Foundation Grant

The Salisbury-Rowan Community Action Agency (SRCAA) was awarded a $10,000 grant through the Fifth Third Foundation. The grant will be used to fund the agency's centralized intake and customer relationship management system.

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"SRCAA is thrilled to receive the Fifth Third Foundation grant. It will jump start our technologoy project and improve the delivery of client services," said Stan Wilson, Executive Director, SRCAA.

Salisbury, NC (PRWEB) January 07, 2014

The Fifth Third Foundation recently announced a $10,000 grant award to the Salisbury-Rowan Community Action Agency, Inc. The grant will be used to further the agency's technology efforts in creating an agency-wide database and a central intake process. The enhanced technology will help program participants access agency services/programs and assist in connecting families with services offered by agency partners. These programs and services are critical as so many families have been impacted by the recession and poverty rates increase.

A recent story posted on Yahoo identifies Salisbury, NC as one of the top five cities in the United States with what it calls a soaring poverty rate. "In Salisbury, North Carolina, employment in manufacturing fell from 15.5% of all jobs to 8.3%." The article goes on to note that the poverty rate in Salisbury stands at 28.4%, and the media annual income is $33,000.

About Salisbury-Rowan Community Action Agency, Inc.
Founded in 1964, Salisbury-Rowan Community Action Agency (SRCAA) is a regional nonprofit organization established for the purpose of addressing poverty. Its mission is to provide services for individuals, children and families to enhance their quality of life and promote opportunities for self-sufficiency. The agency has established a vision whereby everyone has an opportunity for success in life. SRCAA is guided by principles that include; accountability, integrity, advocacy, collaboration and transparency. Key programs and services include; early childhood education (Head Start), family self-sufficiency, career education and training services for youth and weatherization services to make homes energy efficient.


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