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INSPIRING NEW BEGINNINGS

Bringing Transformative Services To The Community


Monthly community meetings on the 1st Saturday @ 11am 

DIRECT SERVICES AND REFERRALS

The mission of New Beginnings Community Development Corporation (NBCDC) is to provide transformative services for families in need, independent of race, creed, gender, or religious affiliation. We provide intervention and prevention programs that are community-centered, sensitive to the culture and values of the family, and have a lasting impact on the community. Our goal is to promote, and provide programs that ensure optimal health, family functioning, and access to education, employment, and economic empowerment. 

Microphone
Community survey

Tell us what you think

From those we help
“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.”
 
– Elizabeth Andrew
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MEET NBCDC
Why Give
Charity

Why Give?

Every need within the community is ultimately met by supportive Friends and Funds.  Government efforts to support the economy are promising, but the needs of many people will likely endure for a much longer period than the efforts cover.  For this reason, there is no better time to believe, to begin, and to become -- Believe in your ability to impact unfavorable circumstances, Begin your efforts toward affecting change, and Become a giver.   Your gift today will help to inspire change that improves tomorrow for others.

Here are a few ways that you can GIVE:

 1.  Text GIVENOWNBCDC to 44-321

 2.  Mail your donation to: PO BOX 241095, Detroit, MI 48224

 3.  PayPal

 4.  Join our Fundraising Campaign 

Any amount you decide to donate will be very much appreciated and will make a huge

difference in the lives of our neighbors who are positively impacted by our services. 




 

CALENDAR

Health

HEALTH AWARENESS

MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH AND
OLDER AMERICANS MONTH

Mental health is important at every age.  As we grow older, we may experience life changes that impact our mental health and display symptoms that differ from younger adults.  Spending time with friends and family can boost older adults’ mental and physical health.  We should also know that It’s never too late to get help!

Join us in promoting the benefits of connecting with others. Share facts about the mental, physical, and emotional health benefits of social connection and how it contributes to overall well-being.

 

Latest News And EVENTS
NBCDC Making A Difference

NBCDC has Adopted Sasser Park and had the first cleanup event on May 4, 2024. Community members o various ages and affiliations showed up to remove trash and debris from the park as they engaged park visitors.  

 New Beginnings CDC (NBCDC) was in the community making a difference in March by acknowledging National Nutrition Month with the families of Carleton Elementary School.  Families received information around providing nutritional snacks and meals on a budget.  Families also received a bag of nutritious grocery.  It was inspiring to see families support the educational development of their children and a blessing to be able to support the families with grocery.

IMPPORTANT D4 MEETINGS

Join District 4 Community Advisory Council 

The APRIL meeting 

April 8, 2024

Wayne County Community College - Eastern Campus

5901 Conner @7pm

They will each begin at 7:00 PM on the second Monday of the month.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us05web.zoom.us/j/7196063912?pwd=GawfAWXgabWn3n6VeOdSDEgtmjNtSd.1&omn=88164689037

Audio only participation is available with a conventional phone call:
Meeting ID: 719 606 3912
Passcode: r2L04u
(312) 626-6799

 

Department of Neighborhoods - District 4

The 3rd Tuesday of the month @ 5pm.  Next meeting is Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 5 p.m.

 

Ninth (9th) Precinct – Community Relations Council

Occurs every first Thursday from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM 

Virtual Meeting effective Thu 1/4/2024 until Thu 4/4/2024

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86464220365?pwd=aEMvYmFYZUpBaDRySXdQbXlCQXNSZz09


 

OFFICE OF COUNCILWOMAN JOHNSON Meetings

The 3rd Monday of the month in a month with 4 Mondays; The 4th Monday of the month in a month with 5 Mondays.  Monthly meetings historically are from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.

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