Archive for March, 2009

March 20, 2009

Community Healthy Homes Forum – Saturday, April 4!


A free event that you won’t want to miss!

Learn More About Lead in YOUR Home
Led by a Lead Specialist from National Nursing Centers Consortium

How to Manage Pests in YOUR Home
With solutions by PA Integrated Pest Management

Why Where YOU Live Affects YOUR Health
Led by Dept. of Public Health representatives

Refreshments served!
Carbon monoxide detectors, lead testing kits, water purifiers and more giveaways!

Saturday, April 4, 2009
Community College of Philadelphia
4725 Chestnut Street

To RSVP, call Jessi at 215-662-1612 ext 24

Sponsored by the Office of Housing & Community Development and SCI-West

The NAC (Neighborhood Advisory Council) is an interactive information and service center that is funded by the City of Philadelphia Office of Housing and Community Development.  The NAC guides residents to city services and promotes civic participation as well as other resources and programs in Philadelphia.  The West/Southwest Philadelphia NAC was founded in 2006 and is housed at The Partnership CDC.


March 17, 2009

Welcome to our blog!




Welcome to The Partnership CDC blog!  Here you’ll find updates on our resources and events. 

For further assistance, you can always contact us at (215)662-1612.

Who We Are:

Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Partnership CDC (TPCDC) is a seventeen year old, non-profit neighborhood development organization. Since its inception in 1992, TPCDC has leveraged over $60 million in private investment to assist in the revitalization of the West Philadelphia community. TPCDC develops affordable for-sale and rental housing for low to moderate-income families in Philadelphia County and provides homeownership education to first-time homebuyers. Additionally, TPCDC works to attract new businesses to West Philadelphia, creates new jobs and helps to retain existing businesses. The Partnership CDC also undertakes retail development, organizes business associations, provides technical assistance to businesses and community groups and formulates revitalization strategies for commercial corridors.