South Central Community Action Partnership (SCCAP) is holding its Annual Meeting, July 16, 2020 to seat its elected Low-Income Representatives and selected Private Sector Representatives to the Board of Directors for the three regions of south central Idaho 1) Twin Falls county, 2) Minidoka and Cassia counties, 3) Lincoln, Gooding, Jerome, Blaine and Camas counties.
Applicants for all seats must reside or work within an associated county per region.
The Low-Income Representative must be either income eligible and aware of the problems affecting lowincome families, or currently working with low-income families and willing to speak up for their needs.
Representatives of Private Groups, Interests & Agencies The private sector shall draw representation from among private social agencies, private educational institutions, and constituencies of the low-income concerned with specific problems and other private organizations within the community.
Applications for the opportunity to participate on the Board of Directors may be obtained at 314 East 5th Street in Burley or 550 Washington St. S, Twin Falls or call Sharon Garvey 1-800-627-1733 for more information. Applications and letter of interest must be returned SCCAP, P.O. Box 531, Twin Falls, ID 83303-0531 or by FAX (208)733-9355 by Thursday, June 25, 2020. Elections will be held on Monday, July 6, 2020.
Whether you live in Twin Falls, Burley or a nearby community, you may be wondering what steps you can take to make a difference in the lives of others. South Central Community Action Partnership is a great place to start. We help low income families and individuals in many different ways to make a positive impact on the community. We are always in need of individuals like you to help us with our efforts.
At South Central Community Action Partnership, we help community members who are in need in a variety of ways. In Twin Falls and surrounding Idaho communities, we provide assistance with rent, utilities, food and heating bills - we'll even provide assistance for those struggling to get out of debt. Our offices are warm and welcoming to encourage visitation.
There are several ways you can make a difference in the Twin Falls community through the South Central Community Action Partnership. We are currently accepting volunteers to assist with our non-profit efforts, and we also accept most kinds of donations. Our goal is to help community members in need, and we can't do it alone.
Through the help of our kind-hearted volunteers, we are able to make a positive difference in the community. Contact our office today to inquire further about what you can do to help.