MCAC & CDC has served Montgomery County’s low-income residents since 1965, building a stronger community through federally funded programs such as Head Start, which provides educational services for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. This nonprofit is an advocate for people of all ages and is dedicated to the prevention of poverty by helping individuals seek self-sufficiency.
“We have been able, with the contributions from Poarch, to give more families heat and light for the winter. We also received school supplies that we were able to put directly into the classrooms for the teachers to use with the children – markers, crayons, paper, and pencil. They mean so much when you're trying to allow the children to use the resources that you have.”
— Anissa Clay, Head Start Educational Director, Montgomery Community Action Committee & CDC Inc.