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Skyline CAP Documents

2016 Annual Report

2016 Financial Audit

2017 Community Needs Assessment

"Building Lives. Building the Future." An Assessment of Housing Needs in Greene, Madison and Orange Counties



Skyline Community Action Partnership is a private, non-profit, 501(c)3 organization.

Our mission is to strengthen our communities by improving the lives of those in need through actions promoting self-sufficiency. We seek to eliminate the impact of poverty by focusing on education, housing stability and economic opportunities.

Skyline CAP Board of Directors

Skyline's Board of Directors has a tripartite structure, which is a requirement for all Community Action Agencies. One third of the members must come from each of the following categories:

  1. elected public officials currently holding office or their representative,
  2. representatives of the low income communities served,
  3. representative from the private sector, which includes representatives of businesses and civic groups.
Name Affiliation
Jonathan Weakley, President Elected Public Official
Delano "Dink" Kries, Vice President Private Sector
Kerri Banks, Secretary Low-Income
Jerry Butler, Treasurer Low-Income
Peter Work Elected Public Official
Brenda Clements Low-Income
John Shanley Private Sector
Lorraine Drumheller Private Sector
Jim Leffel (nomination pending) Private sector
Frank Berry (nomination pending) Private Sector












What is Skyline CAP’s purpose?

The purpose is to advance the general welfare and conditions of low income, elderly low income , elderly and or disadvantaged person by providing programs and services that shall promote , develop and encourage activities and means to improve housing, educational and literacy needs. And further, we will help low income families and individuals move out of poverty and help to alleviate the conditions associated with poverty;  and to that end , sponsor,  support, promote and undertake safe affordable housing projects, education projects and other services to include the designated counties of Greene, Madison and Orange  and in the future, contiguous counties that may be with out community action services, without regard to race religion and national origin.

What is Community Action?

Community action is best understood by the promise we make to the communities we service. Community action changes people's lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other. In 2014, Community Action celebrated 50 years of service to America's community's. To find out more, visit the National Community Action Partnership web site.


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