You Can Help the Resettlement Program Reach Its $10,000 Goal
Don’t worry, the Brunch will be back in 2021, but we need your help NOW. Proceeds from the fundraiser would have assisted people in our Resettlement Program and Reentry Welcome Center with emergency housing and basic needs when released from prison.
Basic Needs Drive: Amazon Charity Lists
Join us in the spirit of giving by making an in-kind gift from one of the Amazon Charity Lists for Community Partners in Action. To view the lists, log into Amazon Smile (or sign up), select Community Partners in Action as your charity, and you will have access to our Amazon Charity Lists. List#1: Care… Read more »
Still on the Front Lines: Our COVID-19 Update
We hope you are staying healthy and spending lots of quality time with family and loved ones during this time. I am sure you would agree that this is a perilous moment, which is also incredibly stressful. That said, I must thank our dedicated staff, who have not taken their eyes off our mission and… Read more »
You Can Really Help Prison Arts Now!
With the devastating impact of the COVID-19 crisis on all of our lives, Community Partners in Action decided to cancel our Celebrate CPA Prison Arts! 2020 fundraiser altogether. We look forward to holding it again in 2021. Canceling Celebrate! 2020 creates a significant gap in the Prison Arts Program budget we could not have predicted…. Read more »
Prison Arts Program Exhibitions
These are just a few of the exhibitions featuring works from the Prison Art Program’s recent Annual Shows and Permanent Collection:
CPA’s COVID-19 Response
During this unprecedented time in the world, Community Partners in Action continues to operate around the clock, because people need our help. We know you are cheering us on, and we appreciate it so much! The health and safety of our participants and staff is our highest priority and we want to update you on… Read more »
News Show “The Race 2020” Features Community Partners in Action.
Community Partners in Action is featured in the Jan. 26th episode of Sunday news show “The Race 2020“. The episode is titled “How one nonprofit is helping former inmates stay out of the prison system for good,” and is the first of a four-part series on Justice Reform in America.