CAN is a partnership of governmental, non-profit, private and faith-based organizations which leverage mutual resources to collectively improve social, health, educational and economic opportunities in our community.
- Cost of Living Calculator
- The Income Divide and Its Impact on Our Economic Future
Jon Hockenyos, TXP, Inc.
- The Suburbanization of Poverty
Elizabeth Kneebone, Brookings Institution
- The First Eight Years: Giving Kids a Foundation for Lifetime Success
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
- The Public Cost of Low-Wage Jobs in the Fast-Food Industry
UC Berkeley Labor Center/ University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- A Window of Opportunity: Philanthropy's Role in Eliminating Health Disparities through Integrated Health Care
Grantmakers in Health/ Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
- Youth Provider Summit Report
City of Austin: Youth and Family Services/Initiatives Office
- The Vital Link: Early Childhood Investment is the First Step to High School Graduation
CAN Policy Forum addresses sustainable growth
Thank you to everyone who attended CAN's November 8, 2013 Policy Forum! A special thank you to all of our speakers, panelists, and moderators! Please find the presentations from the event at the links below. A full report-out will be posted soon.
"The Suburbanization of Poverty," Elizabeth Kneebone, Brookings Institute
"The Income Divide and its Impact on Our Economic Future," Jon Hockenyos, TXP, Inc.
As the Austin area grows and diversifies, embracing the principles of cultural competency, diversity, and inclusion has become essential for individuals and organizations to succeed. This new toolkit contains resources to help individuals and organizations put these concepts into practice in order to better serve their customers and begin taking the steps necessary to build an equitable, inclusive future for our community.
The CAN Community Dashboard is an annual snapshot that provides an overview of the social health and well-being of Austin and Travis County. This annual report helps the CAN stakeholders evaluate how our community is doing and determine where additional attention and collaborative action are needed. To see the latest, visit CANCommunityDashboard.org