Headlines for April 2015

Child Development Programs Throughout the Bay Area Organize to Address Funding Crisis

April 1, 2015

California’s state funded Child Development Programs have served as the safety net for low income and working families for the past 35 years.   Yet these programs have been devastated by years of massive budget cuts.  Nowhere is that more apparent than here in Marin.

Comcast Presents CAM with Check at Northgate Xfinity Store Opening

April 1, 2015

On Saturday, April 11th Board President Pablo Collazo and Acting Executive Director Laurel Hill joined Marin County Supervisor Damon Connolly, CEO of the San Rafael Chamber of Commerce Joanne Webster and Judy James, Comcast’s Director of Government Affairs to participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Comcast Xfinity Store at Northgate One.

A Nice Transition...

April 1, 2015

As a nice transition from home to school, our parents plan their mornings to not have to quickly drop their child off and rush to work.

Other Transitions

April 1, 2015

May 1st will mark new beginnings for a number of staff members here at Community Action Marin.

Three Community Action Marin Employees to be Honored at "Celebrating the Uncelebrated" Event on May 14th

April 1, 2015

Community Action Marin Mental Health Dept. employees Eileen Becker, Seth Friedrich, and Daphne Laurel will be honored at the annual “Celebrating the Uncelebrated” Dinner and Awards to be held at the San Rafael Embassy Suites Hotel on Thursday, May 14.

Head Start Teachers us "irest" Techniques for Social-Emotional Development

April 1, 2015

There are many tools teachers use in supporting the healthy social-emotional development of children ages 0-5. Marin head Start has been using a program called Second Step for many years as the Social Emotional Curriculum.

Meet Lawrence Kumabe--On the Road to Transplant

April 1, 2015

Larry is currently on peritoneal dialysis, one of two methods of dialysis.  Peritoneal dialysis is done at home by a willing and motivated patient

Click. Shop. Give!

April 1, 2015

You can earn money for Community Action Marin through stores you already frequent, such as: Amazon, United Markets, Safeway, Lucky, SaveMart, and more.