|Hong Chen Cheung, M.D.|
|CITYPSYCH Wellness, Inc.|
|Cradles to Crayons|
|Robert A. DeLeo, Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives|
|Global Oil Company LLC|
|Jeff Jadul – Admiral’s Hill Marina|
|Marine Toys for Tots Foundation|
|Raising a Reader|
|Scott P. Renton|
|Robert S. Repucci|
|Kathy Ruggeri (Chiaro Corporation)|
|Salem Five Bank|
|The Sheehan Family|
|Christina Souza (Christ the King Presbyterian Church, East Boston)|
|Jay Velez, Photographer|
CAPIC January 2017 MeetingJanuary 3, 2017
The Community Action Programs Inter-City, Inc. (CAPIC) Board of Directors will conduct the monthly Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, January 19th, 2016 at 12:00 pm. The meeting will be held at CAPIC’s 100 Everett Avenue offices, in Chelsea. The public is invited to attend.
CFELD Program Free Credit Education WorkshopJune 20 2016
CAPIC will be conducting their third basic financial literacy workshop on CREDIT EDUCATION. The purpose of the workshop is to educate individuals to better understand the importance of having good credit. CAPIC staff will provide you with valuable information on how to request a credit score rating report, explain what is considered good credit, and how to work to increase your credit rating score if necessary. A good credit rating score can make purchasing a car, a home, renting an apartment, and getting approved for a credit card easier. The workshop is FREE to CAPIC clients!
Date: Friday, June 24, 2016
Time: 10:00am – 11:30 am
Location: CAPIC Main Office
100 Everett Avenue
If you are interested in participating, please contact Silvia Frometa at (617) 884-6130, ext. 134.
Chelsea City-Wide Summer CampApril 27 2016
CAPIC’s Chelsea City-Wide Special Summer Camp Program provides local area youth with a positive and rewarding summer camp experience. Youth between the ages of 5-13 years old participate in a wide array of activities that develop life skills in a positive, healthy, and fun environment.More
18-month Community Financial Empowerment Learning Partnership GrantFebruary 26, 2016
Through a grant with MASSCAP, CAPIC is one of 10 Community Action Agencies in Massachusetts that is participating in this new and exciting initiative.
Under the CFELD Program, CAPIC will incorporate financial capability services into the Emergency Assistance Program. The CFELD partnership program will strengthen CAPIC’s capacity in a variety of service areas including the delivery and integration of financial capability, asset development for clients, and an improved and expanded delivery of financial education and literacy services for local low-income populations across the state.
CFED is a national group that focuses on creating pathways to financial security and opportunity. They have a focus on integrated financial capability services. From its website: “CFED sees an opportunity to integrate financial capability discussions, resources and tools within existing human service programs such as housing, early childhood education, community health centers and child welfare, in order to increase the overall impact of these programs and increase the scale and reach of financial capability services. Folding financial capability services into these other social services can address the central and interrelated problems families face in achieving financial security.”
Please contact Silvia Frometa, Emergency Assistance Program Director and CFELD Coordinator at 617-884-6130, ext. 134 for more information.
CAPIC Kids Cook with YouFebruary 26, 2016
Chelsea Community Television (CCTV) Presents CAPIC Kids Cook With You; a cooking show featuring children from CAPIC Head Start in Chelsea, MA. Today's episode is a burrito dinner for the whole family.More
VITA Tax Prep Season StartsDecember 31 2015
The IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) offers free tax help for taxpayers who qualify*. Trained community volunteers may help with special credits, such as Earned Income Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit, and Credit for the Elderly or the Disabled.More
CAPIC 2015-2016 Fuel Assistance Program Satellite Site in WinthropOctober 20 2015
CAPIC Fuel Assistance Program applications will be accepted at the Winthrop Senior Center for this winter’s program at the Robert DeLeo Senior Center located at 35 Harvard Street, Winthrop. The telephone number is 617-846-8538.
CAPIC Fuel Assistance Program staff will be available on Wednesday’s beginning November 4, 2015, from 9am to 11am. The program assists households in paying heating bills from November 2015 to April 2016, and is open to tenants as well as homeowners, whose income is within 60% of the state median income. Heat may be oil, propane, kerosene, gas or electric. For more information please call 617-884-6130.
CAPIC DeLeo Scholarship Fund Press ReleaseJuly 16, 2015
In 2013 CAPIC established the Robert DeLeo Scholarship fund in recognition of the numerous contributions made in support of Community Action by the Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo. Each year, the fund provides two local children residing in the Speaker’s district to attend CAPIC’s Summer Camp Program. Without this scholarship these children would not be able to participate in summer camp activities and develop life skills in a positive, healthy, and fun environment, becoming more responsible and independent. CAPIC’s Summer Camp Program has a positive impact on all youth involved. CAPIC is pleased to announce that two youth have been provided with Robert DeLeo Fund Scholarships and are currently attending the 2015 Summer Camp Program.
CAPIC Receives Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation Targeted GrantJuly 13, 2015
CAPIC has received a $10,000.00 Targeted Grant from the Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation. Violence Prevention is the target area this year and CAPIC will utilize funds to support domestic violence prevention and comprehensive support services for victims in Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. Each year the Targeted Grant category is highly competitive and this award acknowledges CAPIC’s impact on the local community.
CAPIC would like to thank the Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation for the opportunity to enhance critical programming for victims and their families.