CPDC Teen Residents, Volunteers Shine Locally and Nationally Stony Brook 2017 seniors college bound, including Ivy League Youth volunteers receive a top honor from Fairfax County Youth volunteer receives national honor by Points of Light Stony Brook Resident Accepted into Every Ivy League College and University Mt. Vernon High School senior
CPDC, Baltimore Housing to Unveil New Hollins House After Year-Long Renovation Join Mayor Pugh & CPDC to celebrate the re-opening of Hollins House!
Q1 2017 Strategic Plan Progress Report Released Each quarter, CPDC reports on progress made towards our 2014 – 2018 Strategic Plan. On Monday, April 24th we released our Q1 2017 report which features advances in our real estate pipeline; community development efforts underway in Richmond, VA; strides in asset management and
Profile 2: Velle Perkins “From Volunteer to Board Member” A resident of CPDC’s Northwest Washington, DC Wardman Court community, Aluveller “Velle” Perkins is a mother of four who has worked full-time for the past 10 years as a Work Flow Coordinator for Catholic University of America. She also has been volunteering
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