You may have never seen the storefront behind Antalek and Moore in the same strip as Rite Aid - Community Action Partnership of Dutchess County - but it’s connected to a powerhouse of services available to low income families and individuals to help them become more self sufficient. After we heard that they had a food pantry in the Beacon office - which was not on our Food Pantry Guide - we wanted to do an article on them to highlight more of what they do, because clearly there is a whole lot more available that Beaconites might not know about. And then Antalek and Moore tapped Community Action Partnership - their neighbor in their building - to spotlight this month with their A-grade production.
Their mission is to partner with individuals and families to eliminate poverty and identify the resources and opportunities available to them to enhance their self reliance.
Antalek & Moore has a long history of working close with the community and residents of Beacon - from families to small businesses, it goes beyond professional and financial assistance. Antalek & Moore has partnered with many local charities whose purpose is to enhance the health and wellness of residents within Dutchess County.
Helping Families In Need
If you are not familiar with Community Action Partnership for Dutchess County, they have been a vital part of Dutchess County for many years serving a growing segment of the community in need of inaccessible services.
Every day, they stand behind their mission to "partner with individuals and families to eliminate poverty and identify the resources and opportunities available to them to enhance their self reliance."
Says Susan Pagones, Executive Partner at Antalek & Moore: “We have had the privilege to work alongside Dutchess County Community Action Partnership for over 20 years to ensure that as they expand their services throughout Dutchess County into multiple locations, their insurance coverage grows with them.”
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