Profile 1: John Pinkney “From Service Member to Staff Member” CPDC was introduced to John Pinkney in 2011 through Public Allies, a signature AmeriCorps program that identifies diverse young adults and prepares them for leadership through paid full-time nonprofit apprenticeships and rigorous leadership training. Pinkney was placed at Mayfair
10 Years of Volunteer Engagement: Volunteer Voices This year, CPDC celebrates 10 years of our Volunteer Engagement program. On April 26th, we will be celebrating the past decade of service as well as our fantastic volunteers, service members, board members, partners and staff during our Annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony.
2017 Housing Rally to Demand More Funding for DC Affordable Housing Programs CNHED’s March 18 ‘Housing for All’ rally to underline need to preserve and expand affordable housing in DC, call for more funding for the tools that make it possible. This week, the Trump Administration released an outline
CPDC Welcomes Six for 2017 Urban Alliance Partnership For more than 20 years, Urban Alliance has been on a mission to prepare high school students for the modern world through internships that teach the proper way to handle situations in the workplace and in life and by connecting young adults with
3 Ways Local Agencies on Aging Can Improve Low-Income Seniors’ Access to Community Services Recently, DC Council held a performance oversight hearing for the DC Office on Aging (DCOA). Community Preservation and Development Corporation’s (CPDC) Director of Aging in Community Dr. Katrina Polk offers ideas on how the District–and agencies