Our agency has been working to reduce poverty in our county for 54 years, and presence is known throughout a majority of low-income individuals. However, as we are working on diversifying our funding, we have identified that the general population is unfamiliar with our programs and offerings. A strong annual report will help tell our story to all residents.
We work in partnership with the community to empower residents to improve their physical, social and economic well-being.
At WCCA, we offer 19 programs that focus on 4 major areas of Poverty: Self-Sufficiency, Housing, Education, and Nutrition. We work closely other local non-profits, individuals and government officials to help end poverty.