Bring Your Lunch & Learn – CAPOC

Everyone Counts!

Community Action Partnership of Orange County Begins Efforts in 2020 Census Count

FREE EVENT!

Wednesday  •  November 20, 2019  •  12:30 – 1:30 pm
Muzeo Museum & Cultural Center Carnegie Building

Community Action Partner of  Orange County  (CAPOC) has joined efforts to ensure that everyone in Orange County is counted in the upcoming 2020 Census count.

In July 2019, CAP OC became a member of the Executive Committee for 2020 Census community outreach efforts in Orange County being overseen by the Regional Administrative Community-Based Organization (ACBO), Charitable Ventures. These efforts will support the State’s community outreach and communication strategy in Orange County to target the hard-to-reach populations. It is estimated that 25% of Orange County residents are Hard-to-Count, including seniors, veterans, the homeless, the foreign born, and those whose primary language is not English.

Come join us on this free event and learn more about CAPOC presented by Alexander Caro and their  mission to enhance the quality of life within Orange County by eliminating and preventing the causes and effects of poverty by mobilizing and directing resources to programs that assist, educate, and promote self sufficiency.

Bio – Alexander Caro

Alexander is the Senior Planner for Community Action Partnership of Orange County, Orange County’s designated anti-poverty organization. In his role, Alexander is responsible for performing planning, research, and procurement activities for the agency, and coordinates a number of planning and evaluation projects at any given time. Other duties include participation in cross-sectoral collaboratives with public agencies, nonprofit organizations, and for-profit stakeholders.  Alexander is currently serving as the lead for the agency’s 2020 Census outreach efforts.

Carnegie Gallery

The Historic 1908 Carnegie Library is on the United States National Register of Historic Places, and was built using a 10K grant funded by Andrew Carnegie. It served as the city library until 1963, then became home to the Anaheim Museum in 1987 before becoming part of Muzeo in 2007. Available for private event rental.

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