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A Legacy of Success

Since 1995 Jordan Community Development Corporation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, has been improving the quality of life for people in our community. We empower individuals and families with priceless skills so they can set, meet and exceed their life goals.

Our accomplishments are measured by the success of each individual and family we service. Over the years, we have continued to renovate and change product and service offerings to adjust to the changing needs of our community. The milestones below are just a few of the ways we've helped others who aspire to have limitless futures.

Mobile Feeding to Homeless
1995 - 2001
Supplied hot meals, beverages, and toiletries items to hundreds of homeless individuals on a bi-monthly basis.

Faith Connections
1995 - 2004
Delivered emergency aid to hundreds of families and the elderly for food, medicine, utilities, child day care, housing and other needs.

Operation Blessing/Vision Food Share
2000 - 2006
Provided weekly grocery items and clothing to over 300 families and the elderly per month.
Provided seasonal school supplies to 60 needy families of school age children.

Healthy Beginnings Child Care and Development Center
1997 - Present
We manage a child care and development facility serving approximately 50 children ranging from the ages of infancy to five years old with 8 staff members.

Good Nests Abstinence Program
2004 - 2007
Provided an innovative, comprehensive and culturally sensitive abstinence program.  The program, which included 1,500 youth, focused on promoting, advocating and teaching young people to make healthy and responsible life choices.

Home Ownership Initiative
2002 - Present

  • Provide spiritual re-development for diverse cultural, ethnic, and under-served groups to believe through faith that they can attain home ownership.
  • Following spiritual empowerment, provide seminars and workshops on home buying, mortgage planning, and credit repair.
  • Over 125 families have obtained first homes or traded-up to new homes.
  • Negotiated more than1,500 mortgage loan modifications to help families and individuals facing foreclosure keep their homes.
  • Delivered financial literacy education to more than 2,500 individuals.
  • Provided pre and post housing education to more than 3,200 individuals.
  • Assisted more than 2,700 people in repairing their credit.

Youth Empowerment
2006 - Present
The Jordan CDC has awarded more than $50,000 in college entrance scholarships to deserving high school graduates.


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