• Jobs for Independence

    Want help finding a new or better paying job?


  • BROC Talk on PEGTV

    Each month our Development Specialist, Pamela Shambo tapes our cable access show BROC Talk; sharing information of happenings, programs and services at BROC and inviting other organizations on to share their story.

    Tune in PEGTV Channel 15 on:

    Sunday's at 4:30 p.m.
    Monday's at 8:30 p.m.
    Thursday's at 9:30 a.m.

    You can also click on Learn More Now to watch the latest episode!

  • 2015 Annual Report

    BROC-Community Action in Southwestern Vermont is pleased to share our 2015 Annual Report with you.

    Click on Learn More Now to view the document.

    If you have any questions or comments please contact Pamela Shambo at pshambo@broc.org.

  • HAVE AN IDEA FOR A SMALL BUSINESS?

    Our monthly workshops are probably for you!

  • THANK YOU FEED THE FREEZER SUPPORTERS!

    Without the support of community members, Feed the Freezer could not be successful.

    Over 4,600 home-cooked meals have been prepared by community volunteers since the project began in 2012. These meals are then frozen and given out at BROC's emergency food shelf. The fact that the meals can be microwaved especially give folks staying in hotels a chance for a nutritious meal at least once a month.

  • BROC Receives United Way Community Impact Grant

    BROC-Community Action in Southwestern Vermont is very pleased to announce that they have received an $11,257 grant through the United Way of Rutland County’s Community Impact pilot program.

    BROC’s Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) will use the grant funds to create a new initiative/component called Healthy Eating, Healthy Teeth to supplement its nutrition education program which will reach over 400 pre-school aged children throughout Rutland County. This initiative will provide educational supports for parents, caregivers and pre-school aged children about preventing early childhood caries disease and eating healthy for healthy teeth.

ABOUT BROC

BROC - Community Action in Southwestern Vermont's history spans 50 years. The why of our existence has not changed for five decades. We exist to give people a chance: to allow the disadvantaged members of our communities to develop and use their capacities and abilities so they can share in the promise of this nation.

The how of BROC's existence goes back to 1964, when a notion called "community action" emerged from President Kennedy's Committee on Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crime.

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"I was very happy that BROC was able to help my family get into housing. We were living in our car for several months before someone told us about the services there. I don't know what we would have done come winter."

— Bennington housing client