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You can build

a more equitable future.

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Community Action Network (CAN) envisions the closing of socio-economic gaps by providing educational and enrichment programs for children and teens, supportive services for families who are under-resourced, and challenging systems rooted in racism and inequality.


CAN At A Glance

of CAN students

Graduate from High School

Whereas in Ann Arbor Public Schools, only 70% of CAN students' economic peers graduate from high school (2019)


CAN Students Attend 4 More Days of School

Per student, per year compared to all

Ann Arbor Public School peers (2019)

of CAN elementary


Have an A/B Grade Average or Improve By Full Letter Grade


By the end of the school year (2019)

of CAN elementary


Have Maintained or Improved Academically Overall

By the end of the school year (2019)

773,231 lbs of food


From Food Gatherers, 

Distributed at

CAN Food Markets


This is equivalent to over 644,000 meals in 2022/2023!


Evictions due to nonpayment of rent
since 2002


In CAN's voucher-based housing neighborhoods

"The people here are very nice, they have helped me learn more and evolve around other people that I don't know."


Girls reading a book

Inequity Is Growing In Washtenaw County

Our Partners

With the support of our generous partners, Community Action Network is work toward a more equitable future.

Learn more about our partners ›


PO Box 130076, Ann Arbor, MI 48113

P: (734) 994-2985  │  F: (888) 343-4454

We look forward to hearing from you!

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