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Kings Community Action Organization

Kings Community Action Organization is a private, non profit organization that was established in 1967 pursuant to the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 and has been in sustained operation for 39 years. The status of a Community Action Organization is the result of an explicit designation by local or state government. KCAO is the designated anti poverty organization for Kings County.
The governing body has a tripartite board structure consisting of local public officials, elected representatives of low income people, and the private sector representing business, industry, labor, religious, social welfare and or other private groups within the county.
The Company carries out its mission to empower all Kings County residents and communities to become self sufficient through a variety of means including but not limited to A community wide needs assessment of needs and strengths comprehensive anti poverty strategies, provision of a broad range of direct services, mobilization of financial and non financial in kind resources, advocacy on behalf of low income people and partnerships with other community, state and national organizations.
Community Action Organizations reach out to low income people in their communities, address their multiple needs and administer a full range of coordinated programs designed to have a measurable impact on poverty. Their goal is to provide lasting solutions as frequently or infrequently as necessary for your specific business.  They understand small businesses and know that their needs are often times as unique as their owners. With this in mind, they also maintain a referral network of professionals in various fields that are of importance to small businesses and their owners, so that their clients can receive top notch service in all areas of expertise.

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