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    Bergen, CAP Receives 2012 Energy Efficiency Award

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    Hawkeye Area Community ActionProgram

    One of its weatherization team member insulation a household attic.

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    Community Action of Laramie County

    Volunteers from Warren Air Force Base installing gutters, building handrails,and refurnishing housing for homeless veterans.

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    CAP of Ramsey and Washington Counties

    Journeyman Ken Roath and apprentice Ryan Orvis repairing the roof vent after the insulation work was completed.

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Association for Enterprise Opportunity
The Association for Enterprise Opportunity (AEO) is a national membership organization and voice of microenterprise development. AEO strives to increase capacity of the field to support underserved entrepreneurs in starting, stabilizing and establishing businesses and to foster greater understanding of the importance of strong and effective microenterprise initiatives to the U.S. economy. AEO also represents the public policy interests of its hundreds of members and, through its growing network of partners, facilitates interactions among small entrepreneurs and the organizations that seek to help them succeed.

Community Reinvestment Fund, USA
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Community Reinvestment Fund (CRF) helps change the lives of people living in economically distressed communities across the country and aims to transform the community development finance system. CRF accesses capital markets on behalf of local development lenders to enable them to increase their impact on the lives of people and their communities. CRF supplies capital to local community development lenders so they can meet goals like growing small businesses, increasing affordable housing, creating and preserve jobs, building child care centers, developing community facilities and more. CRF operates the leading national secondary market for community and economic development loans.

The National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders
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The National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders (NALCAB) represents, supports, and serves nonprofit community development and asset building organizations in the nation’s Latino communities. They include affordable housing developers, microlenders, economic development corporations and consumer counseling agencies. NALCAB members implement responsible, market-based strategies for creating jobs, develop neighborhood assets, and build family wealth. NALCAB’s mission is to build financial and real estate assets as well as human and technology resources in Latino families, communities and organizations. NALCAB provides technical assistance and training, provides targeted grant making support, highlights innovations in the field, develops the next generation of Latino leadership, convenes national and regional conferences, and advocates for policy changes nationally.

National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development
National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (National CAPACD) is the national advocacy organization dedicated to addressing the housing, community and economic development needs of Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, Native Hawaiians, refugees and immigrants nationwide. National CAPACD is a membership-based network of more than 100 organizations and individuals in 17 states that serve CAPACD’s members who use innovative affordable housing, community development, organizing and planning strategies to improve the well-being of low-income Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. They promote peer-to-peer learning, link organizations and resource and pool together the talent and leaderships of its members. National CAPACD has also developed strategic partnerships with intermediaries, financial institutions, policymakers, immigrant workers rights and other social change movements.

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