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A National Network Dedicated To Advancing Community Prosperity
NACEDA is an alliance of 45 state and regional community development associations in 28 states and the District of Columbia. Through our members, NACEDA connects with almost 4,000 community development nonprofit organizations throughout the United States. Together, we work at the local, state and national levels to advance opportunity and prosperity in low-income and moderate-income communities.
Pictured above: Central Baltimore during Artscape, a free three-day arts festival that has a $25.97 million economic impact on the city. The mural is part of the Open Walls Baltimore that's transforming city's Station North Arts & Entertainment District. Photo by Edward Weiss of the Central Baltimore Partnership.
Register for NACEDA Summit 2016 August 29-31 in Cleveland, Ohio
NACEDA's 9th Annual Summit features a one-day symposium − Community Development & the Social Determinants of Health − sponsored by New Venture Fund with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The Ohio CDC Association is co-hosting the 9th Annual Summit, which brings together community development association professionals and their partners from around the country. This year, we're inviting healthcare professionals to join us for an important conversation on how treating the neighborhood and not just the patient can lead to better health outcomes − often at lower cost.
NDC Housing Development Finance Professional Certification Series
Boost your capacity to compete for financing and get deals done. NACEDA is offering the the National Development Council's full, four-course Housing Development Finance Professional Certification series in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Save $1,000 when you register for all four courses. And, members of these associations get significant extra savings thanks to support from BB&T: Community Development Network of Maryland, Housing & Community Development Network of New Jersey, Philadelphia Association of CDCs, and Pennsylvania Housing Alliance.