1.5 million people in North Carolina live in poverty.
Action Pathways ensures the people of southeastern NC have a pathway to self-sufficiency
with programs designed to help others help themselves.
“If not for its community action network, North Carolina would have a smaller economy that offers fewer job opportunities, reduced earnings, and fewer tax receipts to support vital public services—all while tens of thousands of low-income residents would be left to confront poverty on their own.”
– Dr. Landon Mason, President of North Carolina Community Action Association