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To have your organization considered for CAPA sponsorship, please fill out the below form.

 

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In 2011, CAPA sponsored multiple charitible organizations, thanks to a very successful 2010 Statewide Conference!  CAPA is sponsoring the foster children in Walker County, having made a donation to the Walker County Foster & Adoptive Parent Association of 5 DSi's, with games and cases at Christmastime.  The association makes sure that children in foster care have the opportunity to participate in activities such as Easter and Christmas parties, trips to the aquarium, trips to Lake Winnie, etc. to increase the quality of life for these children.  CAPA also sponsored the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation.  We purchased a mile marker for their annual walk in October to raise awareness and help raise funds for a cure.  All organizations that CAPA supports have personal meaning to at least one of our members.  CAPA also sponsored the Boys & Girls Club this year.  If you are a CAPA member and want CAPA to help to support your organization, please submit the form below.  The charity officer will review the request and make a decision based on merit, the goals of our organization and available funds.

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CAPA has been nominated in 2011 for the third year running as WACOPEP Partner of the Year! 

CAPA continues to support the children of Stone Creek Elementary in 2011.  Our chapter members provided Christmas for 7 children at the school and CAPA donated $500 for much needed school supplies and relief to the school in 2010.  Please continue to remember the children of Stone Creek.  If you have any other charitable organization you would like to see CAPA donate to, please fill out the below form and a vote will be held both in the officer's meeting on whether to bring it to vote to the membership.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPA was nominated in 2010 and 2011 as a WACOPEP (Walker County Partners for Educational Progress) Civic Partner of the Year!

Stone Creek Elementary School 2009

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For our service to Stone Creek Elementary in Walker County, GA, the Chattanooga Chapter of the American Payroll Association received the distinct honor of being nominated by WACOPEP (Walker County Partners for Educational Progress) and named Civic Partner of the Year for Walker County  and Chickamauga City Schools in March 2009. 

Our group is currently helping support the students at Stone Creek Elementary in Walker County.  Some of the items they are currently in need of are:
Clothes & coats (all sizes from 4-16 childs, boys and girls)
If you can bring any of these items to our next meeting, or provide money to buy these items, it would be a great help to them.

Christmas Drive 2008

Many members of our group contributed to a Merry Christmas for families in Walker County. 

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Money Matters National Education Day 2008

Money Matters National Education Day was September 4, 2008.  Be a National Education Champion!

You can make a difference in the lives of teens in your community.  Volunteer to teach teens all about their paychecks on Money Matters National Education Day.

Volunteer today at www.nationalpayrollweek.com !

**If you participated in this event and have pictures, please email them to sheri.stroop@shawinc.com.

2007 Small Business Expo



 

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Suzan, Robert, Sheri and Susan





The Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored an Expo for small business on March 7th.  We participated with a booth to raise awareness about Payroll in the community.






Food Drive December 2006



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The APA collects canned and boxed goods for charity each year at Christmas time.










November 2005
- Community Food Drive - meeting discount in exchange for three non-perishable food items. Meeting attendees that bring in three canned goods / non perishable food items will only be charged half price for the lunch meeting. Picture at left is from our December 2005  meeting. Thanks to all who donated!!

September 2005 - CAPA donates to the American Red Cross.  The Chattanooga Chapter of APA donated $1000 to the American Red Cross - Hurricane Katrina Disaster Relief Fund.

November 2004 was Coats for Charity month. Our members and guests cleaned out their closets and donated unused and unwanted coats to help support the local Salvation Army. Just in time for the cold winter season. Thank you to all that participated!!

Our local Community Kitchen was devastated by the recent rains and subsequent floods. They lost everything in storage. The Chattanooga Chapter of APA members and guests brought canned goods and other non-perishable food items to the October meeting as donations for the local food bank.

CAPA supports our schools........ Members sold tickets to Proffitt's "School Benefit Sale" that was held on Saturday September 18, 2004. With the $5 ticket purchase, they received access to the exclusive morning sale (7am - 11am) featuring items that rarely or never go on sale. The ticket also included a coupon worth $5 off any purchase of $25 or more. ALL proceeds from the ticket sales went to schools in our community!

September 2004 Members donate school supplies or money for school supplies at each of our monthly meetings. Once per year, the accumulated supplies are donated to the Teachers Supply Depot to be distributed as needed. Teachers and classrooms can always use more supplies!

CAPA helping WTCI Channel 45 public television........ Saturday, August 7, 2004 CAPA members volunteered during the station's Kid's Klub pledge campaign.

Half & Half Charity Raffle......... Charity raffle tickets are sold for $1 at each monthly meeting. For each dollar donated, the purchaser's name is entered into a drawing to be held at our annual NPW Celebration. Half of the money goes to the winner and the other half goes to a charity.