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Frequently Asked Questions About Community Action Agencies
These frequently asked questions should help you learn more about community action agencies:

What are Community Action Agencies?
Community action agencies can vary significantly. Most of them, however, are non-profit organizations that focus on some sort of community improvement. An organization might provide education assistance, medical access for people living in poverty, or simply services that keep the community clean and maintained.

Where do Community Action Agencies Get Funding
Some community action agencies receive funding from federal, state, and local governments. Since they are usually non-profit organizations, they can accept donations from individuals and businesses. In most cases, the donations are tax deductible. Many of the organizations rely on volunteers to keep operating costs low. They might also partner with businesses and social organizations to combine funding sources for special projects.

Where Can I Find More Information about Human Service Organizations in My Area?
Community Action Partnership is a good source for anyone trying to find services or volunteer opportunities in their area. You might also want to contact your mayor's office to learn more about organizations near you. A basic Internet search is always a good idea for anyone looking for human services and volunteer opportunities.

How Do I Know an Organization is Legitimate?
There are several things you can look for to determine whether an agency is legitimate. Find out how long the organization has been in operation. Those with long histories are usually legitimate. You should also find out whether the organization has a 501(c)3 status with the IRS. Those with this non-profit status have usually passed several requirements established by the IRS.


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114 Hickory St, Buffalo, NY 14204
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326 High St, Buffalo, NY 14204
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1237 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14209
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70 Harvard Pl, Buffalo, NY 14209
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118 E Utica St, Buffalo, NY 14209
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70 Harvard Pl, Buffalo, NY 14209
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103 Wohlers Ave, Buffalo, NY 14208
(716) 885-5925  
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735 Humboldt Pkwy, Buffalo, NY 14208
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427 Wohlers Ave, Buffalo, NY 14208
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907 E Ferry St, Buffalo, NY 14211
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122 Schiller St, Buffalo, NY 14206
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1423 Fillmore Ave, Buffalo, NY 14211
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65 Abbott Rd, Buffalo, NY 14220
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1653 Kensington Ave, Buffalo, NY 14215
(716) 836-2021  
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273 Ridge Rd, Buffalo, NY 14218
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909 Dick Rd, Buffalo, NY 14225
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460 Wheatfield St, North Tonawanda, NY 14120
(716) 694-9727  
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564 19th St, Niagara Falls, NY 14301
(716) 282-4375  
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1521 Main St, Niagara Falls, NY 14305
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251 N Main St, Angola, NY 14006
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160 Washburn St, Lockport, NY 14094
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5073 Clinton Street Rd, Batavia, NY 14020
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411 E State St, Albion, NY 14411
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411 E State St, Albion, NY 14411
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Community action agencies offer equity, women and girls information, education, graduate research, scholarship, grant, harassment, discrimination, single sex, boy information, title IX, privitization, retirement, gender, equality, work, pay equity, affirmative action, student leader and other community action services. The physical location of a business is often important to consumers. Therefore if you're interested in checking out a venue for a specific community action agency in person, then it's a good idea to check out ones that are located in your area. This way you can ask all the questions you like concerning international fellowship, legal advocacy, local activist programs, family functions, civil rights, affirmative action, international fellowship, social security laws, home equity, women's rights groups, girl's advocacy education, graduate programs and scholarship research in person. After all, nothing really beats getting up close and personal. When all is said and done, you must find a community action agency that can assist you and your community the way you see fit. More than likely there is a community action agency out there that can do just that. Take note of company hours of operation and when each business is available to aid you with your community action involvement and requirements. Ask for references, contact information, quotes and an outline of company policy. Ask how long they have been in operation and whether it is a local, national or multinational entity. Always remember that there are a number of these professionals to select from; therefore you don't have to settle for just anyone. Always exhaust your options before merely selecting the community action agent or agency nearest you. By knowing what questions to ask, you should be able to find the community action agency that is best in representing you.


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