Friends of CADA

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CADA Plans Twenty-Second Annual Family/Community Resource Fair

Choanoke Area Development Association of North Carolina, Inc. (CADA) Head Start/Early Head Start Program will host the twenty-second Annual Family/Community Resource Fair on Thursday, November 16, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m. at the Nebo Baptist Church Family Life Center, located on Hwy 258, Murfreesboro, North Carolina. The Annual Resource Fair is sponsored each year in November for Head Start/Early Head Start families as well as for other families in the community who may benefit from the diverse services that CADA and other community organizations provide. Community Service Providers will join together at the fair to offer direct services and resources. The goal is to make resources available to families in a “one stop” setting. The theme for this year is “It takes a Village to Raise a Child”.

For further information, call Regina Harrell or Allisa Wilson at (252) 539-4155.


May 30, 2017

 To Our Community Partners and Volunteers:

May is National Community Action Month, and the CADA Board and Staff, on behalf of those we serve, thank you for your dedication and commitment to assisting people, changing lives, and improving our communities.  Your assistance has enabled CADA to expand resources, increase services, and enhance opportunities.

Together we have been living the Promise of Community Action. People have been assisted to help themselves and in turn have helped each other.   Lives have been changed and our communities have been improved. You have opened doors to new opportunities and led the way for the entire community.  By devoting time, energy, resources, and inspiration, you have helped to make your community and America a better place to live.

You have demonstrated how together we can turn hope into reality! On April 28, 2017 over three hundred partners joined with CADA to celebrate fifty-five years of service. CADA appreciates your partnership and support.   

The challenge for all of us is to continue to live the Promise of Community Action. Much has been accomplished, but there is still much work to do. Our opportunities are great; our challenges have changed and in some ways are even greater; many families and individuals are in need.

Together, we can continue to make a difference.  Your assistance is still needed and appreciated.