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NCRC is proud to be a member of the 2014 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Federal employees can donate to NCRC by designating their contribution to CFC # 12361.

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    Advocates

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    Homeowners

  • Entrepreneurs

    Entrepreneurs

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Advocates

Partnering for Vibrant Communities

couple in front of house picNCRC serves advocates around the country by providing training and technical assistance, research and policy analyses and other resources to more than 600 community-based member organizations, assisting them as they expand access to basic banking services including credit and savings, to create and sustain affordable housing, job development for low- and moderate-income communities.

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We provide resources for community development corporations; local and state government agencies; faith-based institutions; community organizing and civil rights groups; minority and women-owned business associations as well as housing counselors and social service providers. To learn more about the resources NCRC has available for these organizations, click the links to the right.

Homeowners

Help for Homeowners

stock-help4ho-226x339NCRC offers free foreclosure prevention and first time homebuyer counseling services. Current or prospective homeowners receive assistance from our Housing Counseling Network, composed of Department of Housing and Urban Development certified housing counselors nationwide. Our counselors are loan workout experts, especially trained to negotiate equitable solutions on behalf of homeowners.

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Facing foreclosure or think you might be the victim of a scam or predatory loan product? Contact our housing counselors today at 1-800-475-NCRC.

Entrepreneurs

Access Reinforced by Strategy

florist picNCRC operates a variety of business development initiatives that support business ownership and entrepreneurship among people of color and women. We provide resources for entrepreneurial initiatives in low and moderate-income communities, working with policymakers and financial institutions to increase small business lending to women, minorities and low- and-moderate-income communities. Our centers provide assistance to women and minority entrepreneurs in the Washington, DC and New York areas:

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The DC Women’s Business Center provides training and consultation to assist in the growth of women-owned businesses, as well as technical assistance to women-owned businesses interested in federal and local government procurement opportunities.

The Washington, DC MBDA Business Center helps minority firms compete by knocking down the barriers to growth and helping them maintain a profitable bottom line. Through an extensive network, DCMBDA helps clients  to procure capital, and works side-by-side with them to streamline operations.

Policymakers

Policy Informed by Practice

John Taylor and Pres ObamaNCRC represents its 600 member organizations before Congress, federal regulatory agencies and the press. NCRC routinely testifies before the U.S. Congress, and meets with the leadership of banking and lending regulatory agencies.

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In recent years, NCRC has led efforts to reform the financial system, respond to the foreclosure crisis, and expand the Community Reinvestment Act. We are experts on banking, business development, community reinvestment, community development, civil rights, housing, and workforce issues.

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