Our roots are in Newtowne
Our vision in a thriving Annapolis

HISTORICAL OVERVIEW

The Newtowne Community Development Corporation (NCDC) was incorporated in the State of Maryland on April 28, 2009.  It received its notification of being designated as a tax-exempt 501 (c) (3) organization by letter dated March 4, 2010, retroactive to April 28, 2009.  This means that all contributions/donations made to the organization are tax-exempt and the organization is eligible to receive grants from government and private entities.  The organization has by-laws, an employer identification number, and an active Board of Directors.  NCDC is registered with the Charitable Division of the Office of the Secretary of State.  NCDC is located at Woodside Gardens Apartments, 703 Newtowne Drive (c/o Resident Services Office), Annapolis, MD 21401.

PURPOSE OF THE ORGANIZATION

The purposes of the Corporation are exclusively charitable and educational as defined under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The specific purpose of the organization is to develop productive and healthy individuals and build strong and secure families and neighborhoods by providing opportunities and resources that foster family life skills, educational attainment, employment and economic sustainability.

VISION STATEMENT

The Newtowne Community Development Corporation is a neighborhood and partnership driven organization that mobilizes resources and connects mentors and other resources committed to removing “risk factors” and providing “protective factors” that help economically challenged residents living on Newtowne Drive, and other areas of the City of Annapolis, to live healthy lives and become economically and socially successful.

MISSION STATEMENT

The Newtowne Community Development Corporation connects individuals and families with opportunities and resources that foster family life skills, educational attainment, employment and better economic conditions resulting in healthy life styles, economic and self-sufficiency and safe and thriving communities.

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