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Manatee Community Action Agency Inc.

Last Updated: 5/9/2014 4:45:36 PM


Manatee Community Action Agency Inc.


302 Manatee Avenue East
Suite 322

Bradenton, FL 34208-

Primary Phone

(941) 827-2887

Primary Fax

(941) 827-3001

Contact Email



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CEO/Executive Director

Ms. Barbara J. Patten

Board Chair

Mr. Tim Polk

Board Chair Company Affiliation

City of Bradenton

Board Members


Year of Incorporation


Former Names

Manatee Opportunity Council, Inc. (1967)

Organization received a competitive grant from the community foundation in the past five years


Community Foundation Staff Conducted Site Visit when Developing Profile



Helping people, changing lives in our community through education, partnerships, and delivery of quality services.

More Background


Head Start / Early Head Start

Family Self-Sufficiency Program

Weatherization Assistance Program

HIPPY - Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters

Healthy Families Manatee

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