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Now Hiring - Grant and Quality Control Specialist

Community Action Partnership of Utah - Murray, UT Part-time, Contract Salary: competitive and depends on experience Part Time position: 24-30 hours per week with flexible scheduling options Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Grant and Quality Control Specialist will carry out the functions and duties in support of…

2016 Annual Report on Poverty in Utah

Each year, Community Action Partnership of Utah releases the Annual Report on Poverty. Using the most current national and local data including sources such as the U.S. Census, Utah Department of Workforce Services, and Utah State Board of Education, we provide a comprehensive look at poverty in Utah. In many…

CAP Utah Has Moved

After six years at our last location in downtown Salt Lake City, CAP Utah decided to move to a more centralized location that still has great freeway access. You can now find us at 5284 S. Commerce Drive #C-264 Murray, UT 84107. Our phone number will remain the same, 801-433-3025.…

Hiking in Utah: If I can do it, so can you!

Having lived in Utah my entire life, I regret to say I only found a love of hiking a few years ago. But I’ve been making up for lost time ever since. Aside from the amazing scenery and the physical health benefits, hiking has been found to be good for…

CAP Utah Welcomes New Executive Director

Nissa Newton is excited to work with the nine Community Action Agencies in the state, providing resources and support, working towards ending poverty in Utah. Nissa served eight years in the military. She was in the US Army Band at Fort McClellan, Alabama and served as a Personnel Service Sergeant…

Turn that "Bern" Into a Passion for Local Politics!

Whether your heart goes to Hillary, you "Bern" for Bernie, you caucused for Cruz, or you jump for Trump - the presidential race in 2016 is, if nothing else, interesting. But our newest, and arguably most politically knowlegable, staff member at CAP Utah, Rudy Miera, reminds us why local politics…