On May 17, 2018 H-Can’s Arts Advocacy Group presented Theresa “Pussi Artist” BrownGold’s discussion “Moving Toward Compassion: Healthcare as a Human Right” at Main Line Art Center. Through this portrait series, which began in 2008 prior to the passage of the Affordable Care Act, BrownGold explores healthcare in America as told through individual stories.
The Arts Advocacy Stanchion, created by Jeffrey Kimsey-Carroll, premiered at Haverford Township Day 2017. Participants added to it at the Main Line Art Center’s Sensory Garden Party on June 2, 2018 and H-Can’s second Pride Picnic on June 9, 2018.
On Sunday, May 20, 2018, H-CAN's Racial Justice action group held a forum on Race and Education Inequity at H-CAN's monthly meeting. Speakers included Maura McInerney from the Education Law Center, Larry Feinberg from the Keystone State Education Coalition, Asheq Fazlullah and Nicole Johns from POWER, and Bonnie Koss from Social FUNdraising and Gatherings.
On May 1, 2018, the Delco Times published the article "Report Charges Racism Is Rampant in Haverford and Its Schools" to report on the Diversity and Inclusion report that H-CAN's Racial Action Group delivered to the School District of Haverford Township at the April 19, 2018 school board meeting.
On November 29, 2017, the Delco Times published the article "Haverford OKs Rules to Make Schools More Trans-Friendly" after the School District of Haverford Township voted unanimously to adopt a "new policy created for the purpose of protecting rights and meeting needs of gender expansive and transgender students." Members of H-CAN's LGBTQ+ action group had asked the school board to adopt the policy back in March 2017.
On November 10, 2017, the Delco Times published the article "Haverford Introduces Policy to Protect Transgender Students" after the School District of Haverford Township introduced a proposed School Board Policy 259 that would ensure "equity and non-discrimination for gender expansive and transgender students."
On March 29, 2017, Outword.Today published an article entitled "Havertown Area Community Action Network Presses School Board for Transgender Policy." Outwork.Today celebrates the Philly suburban LGBTQ+ experience.
On March 22, 2017, the Delco Times published their article "Haverford Students Call for Color-Coded Gender Equality" to report on Haverford High School's graduating seniors wishing to change the graduation gown tradition of young men wearing red gowns and young women wearing yellow. The article also contains an interview with H-CAN member, Karen Vitale, in which she speaks about the push for a transgender policy H-CAN wishes for the school district to adopt.