We know that Black Friday is synonymous with spending money. So we thought to share some ways you can make your dollar go further, and we aren't talking about coupons for that new PS5.
Between Amazon Smile, our Esplanade House giving tree, and Giving Tuesday, you have several options on how to give to your fellow community members as well as your friends and family.Read More
If you are like most of us and haven’t done your holiday shopping yet, there are probably a few online purchases in your future. Well, why not shop online and donate to a good cause at the same time? Plus, it's at no extra cost to you and you'll still be able to buy exactly what you want.
By shopping on AmazonSmile you can donate to a good cause while doing your normal or holiday shopping, just by choosing the Community Action Agency of Butte County, Inc. as your charity. When you make a purchase, Amazon Smile donates 0.5% of what you’ve spent and donates it to Butte CAA. How cool is it that you can donate without spending any extra!Read More
The holidays will be here soon, and we are gearing up to help where we can around the North State by partnering with other nonprofits. We are happy to be a part of the multiple organizations trying to do good in our communities.Read More
Domestic Violence Awareness month originally began as the specific time organizations could come together and unite against domestic violence or abuse, also known as Intimate Partner Violence. They organized at conferences, rallied calls to action, and spread awareness.
If you are interested in attending an event or learning more, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) has different opportunities all month as well as educational resources on their website.
We are also incredibly fortunate to have Catalyst Domestic Violence Services here in the North State: Their 24-hour Hotline is (800)-895-8476
Intimate Partner Violence, or IPV, can be a complex and sensitive topic to discuss. We hope that our blog is informative and helpful in the event that you know of someone who can use the information. As an organization committed to promoting healthy families and improved conditions for all households to thrive it is important that you are knowledgeable.Read More
October is Energy Awareness Month. This is a nationally supported effort to bring awareness to how energy use affects us and our planet in our everyday lives. Learning about sustainability and auditing your home to see where your dollars are going are two ways you can participate this month.Read More
This month's KKXX Chico NOW! episode, hosted by Vince Haney, featured our CEO Thomas Tenorio and special guest Rosario Zepeda, the newest case manager at our Esplanade House. The three of them had several things to talk about during this month’s show.
Listen to the full episode: [Click Here]Read More
If Butte County can be called anything, it is resilient. Our community has been through fire, near dam breaks, and more fire, each of which creates stress and anxiety in many, but we still take care of each other and look to the future in hope.Read More
September is National Hunger Action Month. The specified time we call to attention the reality of food insecurity in California, particularly our North State.
With a pandemic slowing the economy and now the worst fire season in California history, the need for food and nutrition support in this region has increased.
Butte CAA provides food to hungry families every day. Our North State Food Bank helps fill cupboards with essential and nutritious food items through our food distribution events and guidance to other resources.
Thanks to added government funding, and with the support of local community members like you, we can be prepared to meet the need.
Once a month, Butte CAA CEO, Thomas Tenoiro, spends some time with KKXX Chico NOW! Host, Vince Haney, to talk about what's going on at Butte CAA.
August's conversation was full of encouragement and packed with information about COVID-19 updates, the North State Food Bank and housing development projects.Read More