Role of Goverment

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The Role of Government in Policy- Making
Denisa Edwards
Joyce Edmonson

Choanoke Area Development Association is a private, non-profit organization, a Community Action Agency, whose mission is to assist low income citizens achieve self-sufficiency and a better quality of life.

The Role of Government in Policy- Making
It states that in 1961 they elected a committee and they approved officers, directors and bylaws. In which the association will operate on in the day to day routine. So the task they had to solve was how to help curb the poverty rate in these low income counties. In 1963-1968 the North Carolina Fund, which is an independent, non-profit, charitable corporation, they went out and found funds to fight poverty in North Carolina. The governor at the time who was Terry Sanford and other North Carolinians convinced the Ford Foundation to donate a grant of $7 million to initially start funding for a statewide anti- poverty effort aimed at rural and urban communities. The role the court system or law has played a major part in shaping policies that affect the association it helped shape the format in which they are to use to go by when it comes to helping people in the community. It gives the agency a set of rules and policies to use when someone comes in for assistance from the agency. Like the main law it is open to the public and they do not discriminate against you regardless of your race or ethnic background. The policy of your privacy they do not got the right or permission to disclose your information to any one without your knowledge or written consent. Anyone can apply as long as the meet the requirements and follow all guidelines. To follow up on the guidelines policy they set rules in which all employees have to follow. Then the applicants have rules they have to follow to apply for assistance. The laws was put in place to keep it fair to everybody and to make sure of the fact that everyone...
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