Congratulations to the 5th Annual "Game Changers" Award winners 2018. Pastor William S. Winston, Brenda Palm Barber, Blanche Killingsworth, Jamyle Cannon, Denise Newson.
President, Rodney Brown
Office Manager/ Community Liaison Dorine Poole
When we work with you, we roll up our sleeves and become your business partner. Our success is measured by the success of you and/or your company. That's why we invest whatever resources are needed to get and keep you and your business on the right track.
The vision of New Covenant CDC is to create a replicable sustainable economic development model to provide affordable home ownership opportunities and programs for low income and underserved minority residents.
On behalf of New Covenant Community Development Corporation (NCCDC). We Thank you for your contribution in support of our “Game Changers” fundraising award event. Sponsored by: Sinai Health System, LISC Chicago, Homan Square Foundation, North Lawndale Employment Network, Superior Ambulance Service and UCAN. Your contribution helps support current programs such as business development, coaching, workshops, financial literacy, micro-lending, scholarships, and teen-preneur programs. All of this contributes to the development of aspiring entrepreneurs, small business owners, local residents and other constituents. It also supports the development of the North Lawndale Chamber of Commerce and other collaboration efforts to help develop and support sustainable economic vitality.
Thank you again!!
5th Annual Game Changer Award Dinner
The mission of New Covenant CDC is to empower individuals and families through educational programs, real estate/business development and job readiness/creation initiatives that will promote financial stability and sustainable economic development.
NCCDC was founded January 2012 by Dr. William S. Winston. Dr. Winston developed the vision which is to sponsor economic revitalization and bring financial empowerment to the Lawndale Community. Economic Development will take place through rehabilitating both people and property (real estate), it will also take place via financial literacy workshops, entrepreneurship, micro-lending, scholarships and also career development programs. The NCCDC model is currently a work in progress, but once fully developed and implemented in Lawndale, it will be a replicable model to other communities and cities