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2024 CCEDA Faith Based Convening

Join CCEDA for our second In-Person Convening, where we’ll unite communities of color, Faith leaders, and experts from Community Development Corporations (CDCs) for our Faith-Based CDC Initiative!

Get tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cceda-faith-based-conference-2023-tickets-717402388857?aff=oddtdtcreator 

Discover the rich history of community development, learn what it takes to establish a robust community development organization, explore inter-faith collaborations and partnerships, and gain insights on securing funding for your CDC.

Listen to valuable insights from banks, CDC leaders, and esteemed faith-based figures in the community, including:

  • Roberto Barragan, CCEDA
  • Marvin Jacobo CEO, City Ministry Network
  • Representative from FACE LA
  • Bob Zdenek from SJVHC
  • Latricia Beasley-Day from Faith in the Valley
  • Ruben Imperial, Stanislaus County
  • Katherine Davis, Valley First Credit Union
  • Jose Sabala, Oak Valley Community Bank
  • Brad Hawn, Focus on Prevention
  • Artie Padilla, Central Valley Community Foundation
  • Marian Kaanon, Stanislaus Community Foundation
  • And more!

Image: Reverend Mark Whitlock, Reid Temple AME Church; Joe Duran, Step CDC; Hyepin Im, Faith and Community Empowerment; and Bob Zdenek, CCEDA. at CCEDA’s 2022 Faith Based Conference at Ward A.M.E. Church in Los Angeles, CA.

Throughout history, faith-based community development has been instrumental in communities of color. CCEDA has been dedicated to collaborating with CDCs and churches serving Latinx, African-American, Arab, and Asian-American communities for years. Now, we’re creating a collaborative space where faith-based leaders can access FREE training and technical assistance to establish CDCs.

Join us on February 15, 2024, at the Self-Help Federal Credit Union, located at 900 Crows Landing Rd, Modesto, CA 95351 from 9:00am to 3:00pm.

We look forward to seeing you there! Stay tuned for full agenda. 

Sponsored by: Citizen’s Business Bank

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