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May 11, 2020
CAPC, Inc.
Contact:  Natalie Saenz, Business Development
May 8, 2020
CAPC is awarded $10,000 from Credit Union of Southern California to launch Virtual Services during COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
Credit Union of Southern California assists CAPC’s individuals with disabilities to access services through the donation of technology
Whittier, CA- In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, CAPC was generously awarded $10,000 by Credit Union of Southern California (CU SoCal) to assist with the launch of CAPC’s Virtual Services.  As a direct result of CU SoCal’s charitable donation and commitment to making a difference, CAPC’s individuals and staff will be equipped with the technology they need to work on skills they’ve recently had to put on hold.
CAPC’s Virtual Services are an immediate necessity in this time of national crisis. With the start of COVID-19, CAPC was limited to serving only their individuals who live on their own, which prevented the remaining individuals from interacting and communicating with the staff they would normally see on a daily basis. Upon the announcement of CU SoCal’s grant, Theresa Peters, who is a CAPC Board Member and receives services from CAPC, stated, “This is fantastic!  I can't wait to start typing and learn to cook new recipes from the computer."  The technology provided through CU SoCal’s grant will make it possible for CAPC’s individuals to feel connected to their community and reduce feelings of isolation, fear, and anxiety.
“We are grateful for Credit Union of Southern California’s ongoing partnership and have great belief in their mission of building better lives,” stated Carolyn Reggio, CAPC, Inc.’s CEO.  “Credit Union of Southern California's values of Everyone counts, Everyone cares, Everyone delivers, Every day are so apparent with this generous donation.”
CAPC’s mission is to empower individuals with disabilities to maximize the quality of their lives in their home communities. 
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