Over 500 Attend NCRC 2008 National Conference

   NCRC’s 2008 Conference From March 12-15 2008 in Washington, over 500 people joined NCRC at our annual conference: Creating the Vision for a Fair Economy: Investing in People and Communities” . Community leaders, lawmakers, regulators, civil rights leaders, bankers, the media, housing groups, faith-based organizations, business development organizations and representatives from the “environmental justice” …

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Support NCRC

Thank you for your interest in donating to the National Community Reinvestment Coalition. As a not-for-profit organization we rely on support from our members, sponsorships, grant makers and donations. Your support will help NCRC achieve long term solutions that provide resources, knowledge and skills to build communities across the U.S. Your tax-deductible contribution supports NCRC …

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Housing Counseling Network

  The National Community Reinvestment Coalition’s Housing Counseling Network is a premier HUD-approved national housing counseling organization made up of over 50 housing counseling agencies across the nation. The housing counseling network mortgage advisors have provided counseling to almost 40,000 households this past year, with a wide range of services including: To Purchase Your Home …

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National Training Academy

The National Community Reinvestment Coalition’s National Training Academy offers substantive state-of-the-art training and technical assistance both on-site and online via webinars. Our mission is to provide a comprehensive training program that meets the needs of organizations committed to increasing access to credit in communities. We do so by increasing the knowledge and skills of organizations …

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Small Business

Entrepreneurial development is vital in promoting economic self-sufficiency and alleviating poverty. Access to financing is essential to grow businesses that stabilize communities. From its earliest days, NCRC has provided resources for entrepreneurial initiatives in low and moderate-income communities and worked with financial institutions to increase small business lending to women, minorities, veterans and low- and-moderate-income …

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The Center for Civil Rights

NCRC’s mission is to increase fair & equal access to credit, capital and banking services/products because discrimination is illegal, unjust and detrimental to the economic growth of underserved communities in the US & around the world. NCRC seeks to support, create and implement long-term solutions which includes providing tools and strategies for building community and …

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National Neighbors

National Neighbors, a program of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, is dedicated to creating public and private sector partnerships and programs that promote racial and cultural equality, opportunity and diversity.  It does this by increasing multi-cultural dialogue and access, influencing public policy, and developing national models that support healthy and sustainable communities through the realization of our nation’s civil rights laws.

Through the National Neighbors initiative, NCRC convenes, supports and pursues workshops, conferences, investigations of civil rights complaints, systemic "testing," education and outreach, fair housing planning and "best practice" compliance initiatives. National Neighbors provides technical assistance to NCRC’s members in urban, suburban and rural communities to promote economic mobility and ensure fair housing for working families throughout our nation.

National Neighbors advances fair lending and fair housing through multifaceted programs, including:  private enforcement; education and outreach; fair housing planning; comprehensive voluntary compliance services; and testing and building partnerships among communities, real estate providers, financial institutions and other market players.

National Neighbors refocuses the fair housing movement on the importance of realizing racial and economic integration through innovative and cutting edge programs and partnerships.  These partnerships celebrate neighborhood diversity and increase the capacity of existing organizations to make them more capable and comprehensive fair housing service providers. National Neighbors also promotes the policy & regulatory interests of the fair housing movement on Capitol Hill.

Partnering for Healthy Neighborhoods

National Neighbors develops and funds local initiatives and partnerships that celebrate neighborhood diversity and promote equal housing opportunity.  NCRC encourages the development of partnerships and coalitions among community organizations to enhance their capacity, coordinate strategic initiatives, and ensure pertinent services are provided to the community. 

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