2014 Cooper Norcross Run the Bridge

cpac logoIt’s that time of year again! On Sunday, November 2nd the historic Ben Franklin bridge will once again close to allow 5,000 runners and walkers to cross from New Jersey to Pennsylvania in the 2014 Cooper Norcross Run the Bridge presented by Amerihealth. It’s a 10K run and two-mile bridge walk to benefit the children with special needs at Larc School in Bellmawr, New Jersey. As one of the largest 10K runs in the Tri-State area, this charity event attracts world-class athletes and thousands of spectators and volunteers. To learn more about the event, please visit http://www.runthebridge.org.

2014 Camden County Human Service Grant Funds Pre-bid Minutes

cpac-log-tag2014 CHSG Pre Bid Meeting Minutes

County Human Service Grants

cpac-log-tag2014 CHSG – RFP <—-Click

CHSG – typeable budget pages <——Click

CHSG Evaluation Instrument Worksheet  <——Click

2014 Program Profile CHSG <—-Click

2014 CHSG NOFA

cpac-log-tag2014 County Human Service Grants – Notice of Funds Available

2014 CHSG NOFA <—–Click

Heat Alert Issued

smile1Please be advised that the County Health Officer has issued a Heat Alert for Today, July 14th, 2014 from 12 Noon until 7:00 PM.

All municipalities are required to activate their heat alert protocol including opening up cooling centers to the public.  Thank you.

Heat Alert Issued

smile1Please be advised that the County Health Officer has issued a Heat Alert for Today, July 8th, 2014 from 12 Noon until 7:00 PM.

All municipalities are required to activate their heat alert protocol including opening up cooling centers to the public.  Thank you.

2015 SSH Request for Proposal Documents

Please see below link for the following 2015 SSH RFP Documents:

SSH Type-able Budget

Projected LOS Type-able Form

SSH Pre-Bid Minutes

SSH Type-able page from RFP

Addendum to 2015 SSH RFP

 

If you have any questions do not hesitate to reach out to CPAC’s Director of Grants Management Hilary Colbert: hcolbert@cpachvi.org

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/35qmtkv3smjw3r0/AABPuINQuTHZ1ZA-x_NaRx7oa

CPAC Host’s The Washington Fellows for Young African Leaders Initiative

Community Planning and Advocacy Council (CPAC) hosted, 25 young professionals representing 20 countries throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, Friday, June 27, 2014 as The Washington Fellows for Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).

Rutgers University is participating in the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI)—a high priority for President Barack Obama. Rutgers is hosting a six-week Institute on Civic Leadership. The YALI participants range in age from 25-35 with diverse professional and academic backgrounds. The Civic Leadership Institute will explore civic leadership in the United States and enhance participants’ skills in areas such as civic engagement, community building, nonprofit management, political organizing, and volunteerism.

While visiting CPAC, the fellows had the opportunity to learn about Camden County and Camden City providing a focus on leadership development, community development, parent advocacy, and cultural enrichment. Representatives such as, Gino Lewis of Camden County Improvement Authority, Lisa Cerny of Gloucester County Dept. of Human Services, and June Morton, City of Camden, Division of Planning on a panel to discuss the present and future plans of community development in Camden County and Camden City and Regionally on behalf of the Southern New Jersey Homeless Continuum of Care currently serving Camden, Gloucester and Cumberland Counties.

After an engaging and interactive panel discussion, Diana Cooper, Acting President/CEO of CPAC gave the fellows a tour of Camden City prior to Mayor Dana Redd and Camden County Freeholder Scott McCray receiving the tour bus of fellows at the City Council Chambers.

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CPAC would like to thank all representatives of Camden County and Camden City, especially Mayor Dana Redd and Freeholder Scott McCray in hosting our YALI guests. Also thank you Rutgers University in this historical collaboration. To the YALI Fellows, the passion, dedication, and drive that was exuded this day not only inspired us, but reinforced the saying “It takes a village to raise a child.” not only locally, but now, internationally.

2015 Social Services for the Homeless funding available

cpac logo2015 Social Services for the Homeless funding available for July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015 time period.

2015 State TANF RFP

2015 SSH Review Instrument

2015 SSH & SSH TANF Program Profile

2014 Super Summer Directory – English & Spanish Versions

SSD SunPlease see the below links for both the English & Spanish version of the Super Summer Directory.

English Version

Spanish Version

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