Nehemiah Project Community Development Corporation (NPCDC) was established in 2002 as a community outreach to South Fulton County, Clayton County and the City of Atlanta, Georgia. Our mission is to improve the quality of life through assisting and empowering individuals in the areas of housing, education, employment and community restoration.
We provide a range of economic, community development, health, education and housing rehabilitation services to meet the needs of individuals and families who are living below moderate income levels in Fulton and Clayton County. Our vision is to become an unprecedented model in Fulton County centered on revitalization through a holistic and empowering approach.
Completed over 275 home repairs for low income seniors
Completed 186 plumbing repairs under Care & Conserve Plumbing Repair Program
Installed 162 low-flow toilets
Provided water conservation education to over 186 households.
Provided Home Ownership Workshops through partnership with USDA
Assisted 3 families to become homeowners
Provided affordable rental housing for 4 residents in South Fulton
Provided Financial Literacy workshops for 35 families
Provided summer internships for 3 students
Provided emergency assistance & wrap around services such as transportation, rental & mortgage assistance, furniture, appliances, food, & referral services to low income seniors & families in City of Atlanta, South Fulton and Clayton County
Partnered with Fulton County PICH program to provide Healthy Living Choices to over 50 South Fulton County Residents.
Participated in United Way Financial Coaching Program
Developed business partnerships with over 10 minority, veteran, and female business owners.
Developed a Plumber’s Helper apprenticeship program with the Care and Conserve Plumbing Repair Program.
Partnered with eDea Stance to developed a financial literacy pilot program for a group of Department of Watershed Care & Conserve clients
Partnered with SEEL LLC to administer the Georgia Power EASP (Energy Assessment and Solutions Program). Qualified over 175 Georgia Power clients to receive energy assessments and upgrades
Awarded over million dollars in grant funding & contracts with the City of Atlanta, Department of Watershed Management; City of Atlanta HUD CDBG; Clayton County HUD CDBG; Greystone Power, Wells Fargo, Thanks Mom & Dad Fund, Mary Allen Linsey Branan Foundation
Member of the Fairburn GICH (Georgia Initiative for Community Housing) Team- University of Georgia & Department of Community Affairs Initiative
Member of Georgia ACT (Advancing Communities Together) ; National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC); National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations (NACEDA)