INYOMONOADVOCATES forCOMMUNITYACTION, Inc.The IMACA staff and Board of Directors express theirgratitude to every person and entity that has helpedsupport the Agency over the last 38 years. As aprivate, non-profit Community Action Agency, IMACAwww.imaca.netstrives to improve the living conditionsof lower income folks. In 2018, 1,692 households3,896 Inyo Mono residents were assisted by IMACAprograms including:-1,041 with home energy assistance, weatherization,energy conservation and consumer education; 2,792with food distributions and pantries in 18 locations;227 with homeless outreach, emergency and rapidre-housing services; 213 with assisted childcareand childcare resource and referral in Mono County;382 through 6 Head Start/State preschools; 72 in44 units of affordable housing; assisted 25 to findjobs and 100's seeking info and referral. IMACAprovides 37 full & 14 part-time jobs, does businesswith dozens of local vendors and is engaged in futurehousing developmentPrimarily funded by State and Federal contracts,IMACA encourages tax-deductible donations fromindividuals. We thank the Pillsbury Foundation, theFood Bank of Northern Nevada, ICSOS, MCOEthe County of Mono, Town of Mammoth, City ofBishop, local media, businesses, churches, serviceclubs, employee groups and scores of volunteersfor their assistance. Donate and learn more atwww.imaca.net and www.monocccc.org INYO MONO ADVOCATES for COMMUNITY ACTION, Inc. The IMACA staff and Board of Directors express their gratitude to every person and entity that has helped support the Agency over the last 38 years. As a private, non-profit Community Action Agency, IMACA www.imaca.netstrives to improve the living conditions of lower income folks. In 2018, 1,692 households 3,896 Inyo Mono residents were assisted by IMACA programs including: - 1,041 with home energy assistance, weatherization, energy conservation and consumer education; 2,792 with food distributions and pantries in 18 locations; 227 with homeless outreach, emergency and rapid re-housing services; 213 with assisted childcare and childcare resource and referral in Mono County; 382 through 6 Head Start/State preschools; 72 in 44 units of affordable housing; assisted 25 to find jobs and 100's seeking info and referral. IMACA provides 37 full & 14 part-time jobs, does business with dozens of local vendors and is engaged in future housing development Primarily funded by State and Federal contracts, IMACA encourages tax-deductible donations from individuals. We thank the Pillsbury Foundation, the Food Bank of Northern Nevada, ICSOS, MCOE the County of Mono, Town of Mammoth, City of Bishop, local media, businesses, churches, service clubs, employee groups and scores of volunteers for their assistance. Donate and learn more at www.imaca.net and www.monocccc.org

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INYO MONO ADVOCATES for COMMUNITY ACTION, Inc. The IMACA staff and Board of Directors express their gratitude to every person and entity that has helped support the Agency over the last 38 years. As a private, non-profit Community Action Agency, IMACA www.imaca.netstrives to improve the living conditions of lower income folks. In 2018, 1,692 households 3,896 Inyo Mono residents were assisted by IMACA programs including: - 1,041 with home energy assistance, weatherization, energy conservation and consumer education; 2,792 with food distributions and pantries in 18 locations; 227 with homeless outreach, emergency and rapid re-housing services; 213 with assisted childcare and childcare resource and referral in Mono County; 382 through 6 Head Start/State preschools; 72 in 44 units of affordable housing; assisted 25 to find jobs and 100's seeking info and referral. IMACA provides 37 full & 14 part-time jobs, does business with dozens of local vendors and is engaged in future housing development Primarily funded by State and Federal contracts, IMACA encourages tax-deductible donations from individuals. We thank the Pillsbury Foundation, the Food Bank of Northern Nevada, ICSOS, MCOE the County of Mono, Town of Mammoth, City of Bishop, local media, businesses, churches, service clubs, employee groups and scores of volunteers for their assistance. Donate and learn more at www.imaca.net and www.monocccc.org INYO MONO ADVOCATES for COMMUNITY ACTION, Inc. The IMACA staff and Board of Directors express their gratitude to every person and entity that has helped support the Agency over the last 38 years. As a private, non-profit Community Action Agency, IMACA www.imaca.netstrives to improve the living conditions of lower income folks. In 2018, 1,692 households 3,896 Inyo Mono residents were assisted by IMACA programs including: - 1,041 with home energy assistance, weatherization, energy conservation and consumer education; 2,792 with food distributions and pantries in 18 locations; 227 with homeless outreach, emergency and rapid re-housing services; 213 with assisted childcare and childcare resource and referral in Mono County; 382 through 6 Head Start/State preschools; 72 in 44 units of affordable housing; assisted 25 to find jobs and 100's seeking info and referral. IMACA provides 37 full & 14 part-time jobs, does business with dozens of local vendors and is engaged in future housing development Primarily funded by State and Federal contracts, IMACA encourages tax-deductible donations from individuals. We thank the Pillsbury Foundation, the Food Bank of Northern Nevada, ICSOS, MCOE the County of Mono, Town of Mammoth, City of Bishop, local media, businesses, churches, service clubs, employee groups and scores of volunteers for their assistance. Donate and learn more at www.imaca.net and www.monocccc.org