MadCAAP partners with individuals, churches, businesses and civic groups to meet the varying needs of our brothers and sisters who are hungry and thirsty, in need of clothing and safer homes, as well as those who are lonely and in need of emotional support.
181 WATFORD PARKWAY DRIVE
CANTON, MS 39046
2020: Marks 35 Years of Making a Difference
In 1985 a group of concerned citizens and Sister Grace Mary set out to determine "the biggest needs" in the poverty community of Madison County. Housing Repair & Education were identified as the "biggest needs". Thirty-five years ago, MadCAAP's educational classes were held in the homes of mothers concerned about their young children's success in school. At that same time, another group organized to repair dilapidated homes. Olivia Harrell and Harold Waldrop played a significant role in the early years. Eventually a Clothes Closet was added and a Executive Director was hired; then MadCAAP as we know it today began to slowly take shape. 12 hours of educational classes were linked to Uniforms & School Supplies and an additional 12 hours were linked to Christmas. Until
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