The Alameda County-Oakland Community Action Partnership (AC-OCAP) Administrating Board aims to improve our community by creating pathways that lead to economic empowerment and prosperity.
AC-OCAP is currently accepting membership applications for CDBG Oakland District 4
AC-OCAP Administering Board members are responsible for planning, developing, and executing the local Community Action Plan for alleviating poverty and working toward institutional change to enhance the ability of low-income residents to achieve self-sufficiency in Oakland and throughout Alameda County (excluding the City of Berkeley). AC-OCAP’s priority focus areas are: family self-sufficiency, entrepreneurship/job training and employment placement, low income housing, community economic development, supportive services, civic engagement, advocacy, and capacity building.
The Administering Board meets on the second Monday of every month at 5:30pm at City Hall (currently via Zoom). Community board members are eligible to receive reimbursement for costs associated with participation, including childcare and transportation.