PACDC's Philadelphia Community Development Leadership Institute
A Strong City
To have a strong future, Philadelphia must have strong neighborhoods. PACDC and our members engage in work that is vital to that core strength: increased housing and economic opportunities, and programs and services that sustain families and good jobs.
A Strong Voice in Policy
We represent neighborhoods in the government and business forums where decisions affecting neighborhoods are made. We serve as a unifying and compelling voice that gives our members a place at the table.
Through professional development, funding and networking opportunities, we strengthen CDCs.
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Friday, April 11, 2014 - 13:56Commercial Corridor Manager -- Function: Assist NKCDC’s efforts generally and the Economic Development Director (EDD) in particular to improve the community’s economic
Wednesday, April 2, 2014 - 16:11EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR The National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International (NCBA CLUSA) is the trade association for cooperative businesses in the United States and an international
Monday, March 31, 2014 - 12:18URBAN AFFAIRS COALITION (UAC) Community & Economic Development (CED) POSITION: DIRECTOR OF CED (Opening Date: March 26, 2014) POSITION SUMMARY: CED, a program of UAC, is currently
Monday, March 31, 2014 - 11:36Business Development Manager, Fairmount Park Conservancy Organization Overview The Fairmount Park Conservancy exists to champion the Fairmount Park system. The Conservancy’s
Thursday, March 27, 2014 - 13:46From a March 23rd Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates Forum sponsored by PACDC and 60 other organizations. Click here to learn more about the campaign to fund the Pennsylvania Housing Trust Fund.
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PACDC’s activities have culminated in $180 million to date in new resources for affordable housing and neighborhood economic development.
The Philadelphia Housing Trust Fund has raised nearly $80 million since September 2005 to expand housing opportunities for more than 6,000 Philadelphia families.
The CDC Tax Credit Program has fostered 35 partnerships between businesses and non-profits that is providing $60 million in new funding for CDC neighborhood economic development.
PACDC’s Member Services programming builds capacity of CDCs through technical assistance and training, sharing of best practices, networking, and promotion of the local CDC industry.
The local CDC industry generated $3.3 billion in economic impact in Philadelphia during the past 20 years.