NDC is proudly claiming bragging rights for something we have known for a long time but can now tell the world with confidence: We are a Great Place to Work! NDC’ers have always been aware of what they find at NDC: mission, opportunity, growth, advancement, security. But now we can show the world objectively with officially, data-based certification from Great Place to Work® (GPTW), the global authority on workplace culture.
NDC is pleased to announce that nineteen non-profit organizations have been selected to receive a total of $125,250 for their service to some of the most under-resourced, low-income communities across the United States.
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On Tuesday, October 26, the City of Port Arthur will take a long anticipated and momentous step on its path toward creating the livable and vibrant downtown envisioned in the city’s 2015 Downtown Revitalization Plan.
The Small Business Flex Fund hit a milestone this week, having now raised a total of $70 million in committed capital that will benefit small businesses and nonprofits, particularly those in underrepresented communities, across the state of Washington.
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran invites you to attend a free webinar to highlight the new Boost Nassau Resource Center and Boost Nassau Main Street Recovery Grant Program. Register to learn more about support through the Boost Nassau Resource Center – the County’s one-stop-shop for pandemic recovery resources – with resource coordinators available to assist […]
NDC’s MCI Uplifts the Next Generation of Brownpreneurs® in the Greater St. Louis Area with Teen Summit SponsorshipJune 17, 2021
NDC Multicultural Investment (MCI) will sponsor the inaugural Brownpreneurs® Teen Summit, a three-day intensive business skills workshops for high school students from the Greater St. Louis area. Brownpreneurs is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization on a mission to develop the next generation of brown entrepreneurs, one student at a time. The event will take place […]
"We are thrilled to participate in the SOAR initiative, which aligns well with our long-held mission to provide access to capital in under-served communities," said Daniel Marsh, President and CEO of the National Development Council (NDC). "As a small business lender and provider of PPP loans, we know how challenging it can be to reach communities of color, but our track record shows it can be done. And SOAR is another significant pathway to helping small businesses get back on their feet and thriving again."
Hear from experts about the Biden Administration’s sweeping infrastructure and community development agenda. Washington experts will provide insights into the new State Small Business Credit Initiative, housing assistance funding, and the CDFI Rapid Recovery program. We will provide an in-depth analysis of the infrastructure, housing, and community revitalization proposals in President Biden’s American Jobs Plan […]
On Tuesday, March 9, 2021, the Louisville Urban League cut the ribbon on the Norton Healthcare Sports and Learning Center. The state-of-the-art facility at the corner of 30th and West Muhammad Ali Boulevard sits on a 24-acre campus with an outdoor track to open in the spring along with a large community green space.