TOCA

(redirected from Tohono O'odham Community Action)
AcronymDefinition
TOCATouring Cars (game)
TOCATouring Car
TOCATohono O'odham Community Action (Arizona)
TOCATurf and Ornamental Communicators Association
TOCAThe Orthopedic Clinic Association (Phoenix, Arizona)
TOCATransfer of Class Agreement
TOCATexans Of Czech Ancestry
TOCAThunderbird Owner's Club of Australia Inc.
TOCATeacher Observation of Child Adaptation
TOCATraditional Orthodox Christian Church
TOCAThe Old Computer Archive (UK)
TOCATools for Orientation and Crystallographic Analysis
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Two others were founders of Tohono O'odham Community Action (TOCA), a community-based organization in Sells.
The two men applied for grant money to start Tohono O'odham Community Action, an organization now better known by its acronym, TOCA.
Arizona-based Tohono O'odham Community Action and Oregon's Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission were honored for their promotion of Native American causes.
Tohono O'odham Community Action (TOCA) is a grassroots organization that creates culturally based responses to community problems, including "1) sustainable economic development, 2) a community food system that keeps us healthy, 3) programs which rejuvenate our cultural traditions, and 4) ways of encouraging our young people to become strong members of the Tohono O'odham community" (Tohono O'odham Community Action, 2001, p.