We are teachers and advocates who first help people through an emergency or crisis. Then, step-by-step, we guide them toward action steps to independence and freedom from poverty.
CACHE is a nationally recognized Community Action Agency formed in 1966, as a result of the President Lyndon Johnson’s 1964 Office of Economic Opportunity Act. Today we are a source of support for low-income residents of Sullivan County, NY.
CACHE is lead by a Tri-Partite Board of Directors. This involves an equal division of members from the PUBLIC, PRIVATE, and LOW INCOME communities. Our work has a great degree of transparency and we share our efforts, both successful and not successful, with our funding sources and most importantly, our community.
Community Action is a result of the 1964 Office of Economic Opportunity Act signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson, known as the WAR ON POVERTY. Under the early leadership of Robert Sargent Shriver and a host of community leaders, the movement continues 50 years later. Community Action, in over 1100 communities nationwide, is individually designed, agency by agency,for each community. CACHE is honored to serve the County of Sullivan in this war on poverty that unfortunately remains all too necessary. With the input and support of ALL, we can and will reduce poverty and it’s ugly effects on society.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Our Board of Directors is a dedicated, volunteer group that hails from the public and private sectors as well as from the low-income community. The board oversees the work of our Executive Director and staff and we provide guidance governance to the agency. We welcome all those who wish to be a part of this effort and we will always endeavor to make our agency an oasis of support to those in need.
- Rosa Mason, Board Chair Person
- Esther Harris
- Jesse Hinton
- Charles Olsen, Jr.
- Anthony Valle
Honorable Josephine Victoria Finn
Walter J. Stein
Hunger Prevention & Nutrition Assistance
With family budgets tighter than ever, food budgets suffer too often. Our Hunger Prevention and Nutrition Assistance Program (HPNAP), endeavors to provide a supplement to the family food expenses.
The CACHE Food Program is currently experiencing delays in funding. We are working hard with our sources to bring this program back to full operation. Please contact the office of the Executive Director for updates.
63 South Main Street
Liberty, N.Y. 12754
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