New CSBG Annual Report Tools and Resources

January 17, 2019

We are thrilled to announce the release of several new tools related to the CSBG Annual Report! Below is a recap of the latest resources. These items were reviewed with significant input from the

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Community Action Month- Mini Toolkit #1

May 5, 2017

It’s Community Action Month! NASCSP has a lot of data resources available as part of our Annual Report and State Fact Sheets. We want to help you easily use data to tell the story of Community Action. Below you will find easily customizable social media posts, where you can incorporate data from the Annual Report and your State Fact Sheet. We’ve also included some nationwide data and pulled

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Tools and Resources to Support Your Review of the CSBG Annual Report During the Federal Register Notice (FRN#1)

July 7, 2016

The first Federal Register Notice (FRN#1) comment period is currently under way and OCS and NASCSP are eager for your feedback. For more information about the OMB Clearance process and the

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Check out the 2014 CSBG Annual Report, featuring data from over 1,000 CAAs nationwide

December 23, 2014

By Rae Tamblyn, Research and Communications Analyst at NASCSP The Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) is unique among federal programs in that it is the only comprehensive investment exclusively focused on reducing poverty. Other federal programs address specific challenges or factors involved in poverty but they take a piecemeal approach. In contrast, CSBG effectively uses a powerful mix of

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CSBG Data Corner: CSBG Data Wheels

November 16, 2011

by Tabitha Beck As the fight to keep CSBG at an adequate funding level continues, NASCSP wants to be sure our members and supporters have the most up-to-date information regarding the success of CSBG. In mid-September, all CSBG members received the 2010 CSBG Annual Report and Highlights via mail. We also sent them to State CAA Associations, partners, governors, and key legislators. A new tool

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