New Kent Community Development Corporation
Established to encourage and promote community self-empowerment through the development of economic, educational, employment, and affordable housing opportunities.
April 14 Generational Wealth
Building 9 am to noon at
Second Liberty Baptist
8140 George W. Watkins Road, Quinton, VA 23141.
by the New Kent
Community Development Corporation. Speakers:
Arthur F. D. Johnson, Jr. on Business Evaluation, Derrick Marlow on Real
Estate Investing. Calvin Jones on Insurance and Jeffrey Marlow on Taxes
& Accounting. Being broke in America is like starving
in a grocery store. RSVP to
932-4245 for more information.
March 3, 2018 Common Cent$: Steps toward Financial Freedom from 10 am to noon at Second Liberty Baptist Church, 8140 George W. Watkins Rd., Quinton, VA 23141 Budgeting - Personal Goal Building - Avoiding Fraud - Daving vs. Spending - Implications and Management of Credit. This will begin a series of FREE workshops and educational programs focused onb financial literacy for all ages. This specific workshop will give introductory information on steps to building wealth. RSVP to email@example.com
The New Kent Community Development Corporation supports:
New Kew Kent Parks & Recreation Summer Program
Who We Are
The New Kent Community Development Corporation (NKCDC) , a non-profit organization was established in 1995. NKCDC is governed by a Board of Directors who include corporate, educational, and community representation. Its mission is to promote and encourage areas of community development and empowerment through numerous initiatives. The overall goal is to strengthen the community with self-empowerment, employment, and economic opportunities all while creating a stable and safe environment for the County of New Kent and surrounding areas.
The NKCDC is established to provide assistance and services in the
Become a Member
The NKCDC would like to
invite you to become a member of this organization. New Kent has many
talented residents with various skills, and the NKCDC believes that you
are a valuable resource to this organization. In order for NKCDC to be
an effective community development organization, your involvement is
needed. If you are interested in being a part of the NKCDC or have any
questions, please contact our office at (804) 932-4245. Together we can
make a difference.