Everyone deserves the opportunity to realize their potential.This belief is at the core of Capstone’s mission. Never was its significance more relevant than when listening to Crystal Maderia, owner and head chef of Kismet, give the commencement address at Capstone’s Community Kitchen Academy graduation last month.

Not a Skier or Rider?Have we got the opportunity for you!  Does the IRS tax code seem mysterious; ever wondered what credits you could really be getting?  Find out, learn a new skill, and help your community!  Those dark winter months can bring new illumination in the form of becoming a volunteer tax preparer.For over twenty years, Capstone Community Action has partnered with the IRS in support of its local-level program to assist taxpayers earning up to $54,000 annually to have their taxes p

When a Vermont Foodbank distribution truck pulls up to Capstone Community Action’s loading dock delivering food to Capstone’s food shelf in Barre there’s a Christmas-like feeling amongst Chef Dave and his students in Community Kitchen Academy (CKA).

As a financial coach, I often get the question, “should I put my extra money into savings or pay down my debt quicker?” 

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