The Chevy Chase Community Action Council, Inc., commonly referred to as the Chevy Chase Community Center, is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization founded in Indiana County Pennsylvania in 1969.
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To provide a forum for community action including support and services for residents who live in poverty by ensuring they have access to vital human services, food, education and recreation programs that will improve their quality of life and enhance the greater community.
After the CCCAC was incorporated as a tax-exempt non-profit organization, the group launched a fundraiser to build a community center.Their vision soon became a reality, when in 1971 the Chevy Chase Community Center was constructed with assistance from the United States Army Corps of Engineers.
Since that time, the CCCAC vision has never wavered in its commitment as members of the greater Indiana community come together always striving to provide services in response to the needs of the community as they arise.
In 2000, the Center was renovated and rededicated to the community with a grant from the Indiana County Commissioners.
Today, the CCCAC continues to be a place where the residents of Indiana County come together to make life better for all.
Important disclosures about CCCAC operations:
- The Center is handicapped accessible and includes a large community room, a fully equipped kitchen, offices and activity rooms.
- CCCAC is governed by an elected Board of Directors who meet once per month. Meetings are open to the public.
- CCCAC does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, or age in participation in its programs, services and activities.