bringing Yavapai County community leaders and service organizations together in a series of meetings, started in May to explore
capacity building solutions addressing the emergent needs of our food-insecure community residents when SNAP benefits (the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and other Human Services benefits) are cut as soon as October 2018. See our Featured News for more info on the 1st meeting in Sedona at the Sedona City Hall.
The solutions will then be implemented through collaborative efforts. Collectively we will meet the need in our community!
Our mission: Improve community spirit and effectiveness by developing and sharing resources.
We do it everyday.
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“You cannot do a kindness too soon because you never know how soon it will be too late.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
From all of us, Thank you Harvey & Julie Grady for your beautiful vision and compassion to have created Cornucopia Community Advocates almost 20 years ago!
There are countless people who will never know they have been served by the blessings of your actions. For them, our deepest gratitude. – The Community