What is Ohio community development?
Community Development Corporations have been active in Ohio since the 1960’s and were established to address the needs of underserved communities. These non-profit organizations are dedicated to revitalizing neighborhoods, block-by-block.
They provide resources through public-private partnerships to nurture economically and socially healthy communities in Ohio.
CDCs exist because local heroes give their time, talent and care. Some initiatives include:
- Affordable Housing
- Community Economic Development
- Financial Empowerment
- Food Access
- Community Engagement
These local actions create local results, which contribute to the health and wellness of our state’s residents and properties by creating economic opportunities and improving social conditions.