The emerging leader award was presented to Beth Baar of Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Ms. Baar has dedicated herself to helping low-income seniors and families obtain rental housing that is both affordable and offers a high standard of living. Through her own continued pursuit of professional education and training, she rose from an entry-level position in the Family Literacy Program with CAP Services, Inc. to her current position as director of real estate services.
[Originally distributed by Wisconsin Health Literacy via the Portage County Literacy Council] Participants are invited to attend Let’s Talk about Medicines, a free 90 minute program by Wisconsin Health Literacy developed for refugees and immigrants [...]
by Mary Patoka The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is one of the nation’s largest and most effective anti-poverty programs. Nationally, in 2013, the EITC and the Child Tax Credit (CTC) lifted 9.4 [...]
From left, Christopher, 9, Rhiley, 8, Clint, 3, and Stephanie Dake receive the keys to a 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan from Tony Kempen, right, owner of Pat’s CARSTATR, Tuesday, Dec. 22, at Pat’s CARSTAR [...]
Rural Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) recently awarded a two-year $34,000 grant to CAP Services to help it build corporate capacity, attract additional investments and increase staff capacity to manage those investments. “Rural LISC is [...]
A new volunteer relationship between Pacelli Catholic School (PCS) students and CAP Services’ Head Start and Early Head Start programs has been yielding positive results for all involved this fall.
CAP Services has $184,000 of funds available through the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) of Chicago’s Affordable Housing Program (AHP) to qualifying low-income home owners in Marquette, Waupaca and Waushara counties in need of home [...]
CAP Services’ Jean Cook, center left, and Laura West, center right, accept a $1,000 check from Associated Bank’s Candy Thurs, far left, Katrina Blaskey, second from left, Lorraine Avery, second from right, and Becky [...]