Program History

The Community Development Corporation Resource Consortium (CDCRC) has a significant history of successful community programs that have helped us achieve our three core principles:

  • Whole people form whole neighborhoods and whole communities;
  • Whole people need sustainable high-quality jobs; and
  • Wealth-building through business ownership is a key source of sustainable high-quality jobs.
Project or Program Budget Funding Source Dollars Contributed Start Date End Date
Financial Literacy Training $45,000
per year
Banks $45,000
per year
2001 Ongoing
Case Managed Rescue Fund $65,700 City of Dayton $65,700 2009 2011
Salem Avenue Corridor Pre-Development $20,000 Finance Fund $20,000 2009 2009
Urban Green Initiative Pre-Development $20,000 Finance Fund $20,000 2011 2011
PNC Micro-Enterprise Incubator $15,000 PNC Bank $15,000 2012 Ongoing
8a Self-Sufficiency Training $80,000 Dayton Metro Housing Agency $80,000 2008 2009
Angel Auto Network $6,000
per year
Wright-Patt Credit Union $6,000
per year
2007 Ongoing
SBA (Loan) Technical Assistance n/a Various Banks $7,500
per year
2006 Ongoing
Community Roundtable Programs $4,500
per year
Various Contributors $4,500
per year
2004 Ongoing
Work Experience Program
Youth Workers
n/a Montgomery County Job & Family Services 7 Youth Staff/Volunteers 2012 Ongoing
(Summer Program)