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Beth Ann Strollo interviewed by QATV July 30, 2020

QATV interviews QCAP Chief Executive Officer Beth Ann Strollo July 30, 2020 CEO Beth Ann Strollo was interviewed by QATV's Joe Catalano to discuss important updates to services and new and ongoing programs. Thank you, QATV and Joe Catalano, for the opportunity to...

Beth Ann Strollo interviewed by QATV amid COVID-19 crisis

QATV interviews QCAP Chief Executive Officer Beth Ann Strollo on response to COVID-19   CEO Beth Ann Strollo was interviewed by QATV's Joe Catalano to discuss important updates to services in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency. This includes the new...

For some on the South Shore, higher pay means less money

NEWS For some on the South Shore, higher pay means less money As minimum wage rises across the state, some find themselves in an in-between as they are disqualified from public programs but unable to afford basic needs without them. QUINCY — South Shore residents who...

QCAP survey asks residents about needs in the community

NEWS QCAP survey asks residents about needs in the communityQUINCY — One of the city’s largest service organizations is asking residents to tell them about needs they see in the community, from inability to afford housing to discrimination issues and access to basic...

Best Chef ends in a tie

NEWS Best Chef ends in a tie Two chefs took home the top prize in Quincy Community Action Programs annual “Best Chef” competition. QUINCY − Collin Davis, the chef at he Townshend in Quincy Square, had a plan in mind for Thursday night’s Quincy Community Action...

Best Chef 2018: top chefs hungry for a win in Quincy cooking fundraiser

NEWS Best Chef 2018: top chefs hungry for a win in Quincy cooking fundraiserChefs from across the South Shore showed their chops at the the Quincy Community Action Programs’ Best Chef competition Thursday night. QUINCY — Five plates were almost evenly matched at the...

Lend a Hand up and running for 21st season

NEWS Valerie fell behind on her phone bill because of health care expenses that shot up after a sudden illness. Ramona, new to the country after Hurricane Maria destroyed her home Puerto Rico, was struggling to create a comfortable place for her children here. Lexie...

QCAP Celebrates Brain Building in Progress Week

NEWS QCAP Celebrates Brain Building in Progress WeekQuincy, MA- Quincy Braintree Family Network-CFCE, a program of Quincy Community Action Programs (QCAP), invites parents and families to two events as part of their celebration of Brain Building in Progress Week. On...

QCAP Kicks Off VITA Free Tax Program

NEWS QCAP Kicks Off VITA Free Tax Program Program Helps Low-Income Families Save Millions Every Year Quincy, MA - Quincy Community Action Programs (QCAP) kicked off its annual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, a free tax preparation service for...

Cold Temperatures Hit Home

NEWS Cold Temperatures Hit Home Local families struggling to stay warm this winter Quincy, Mass. (January 11, 2018) – Quincy Community Action Programs Inc. (QCAP) is urging Governor Charlie Baker and members of the Massachusetts legislature to include $25 million for...

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