The Federal Government continues to recognize the groundbreaking work of the National Development Council. March 08, 2012
The National Development Council (NDC), the oldest national non-profit community development organization in the country, today announced it has been awarded $90 million from the U.S. NDC is proud and honored to have a role in the most powerful economic development program created by the federal government,” said NDC President Robert W. Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney (D-NY). “NDC has created thousands of jobs with their community renewal initiatives. NDC has brought more than $1.2 billion in investments to 67 projects in 24 states. The projects have included manufacturing businesses, research and development facilities, and retail and commercial developments in underserved neighborhoods, as well as community facilities that provide health, social and educational services to low-income individuals and families.
About National Development Council
Founded in 1969, the National Development Council is a national non-profit organization that has evolved into one of the most progressive and innovative community and economic development organizations in the country. From a seminal role in the earliest days of the community development movement, NDC has grown into one of the most comprehensive suppliers of financing, development expertise, technical assistance and training for community revitalization efforts throughout the U.S. For more information, go to http://www.NationalDevelopmentCouncil.org.
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