The Chew and Chelten CDC/RCO was formed on November 7, 2019, with the mission to build and sustain a high performing and adaptive community, supported by private and public investment with sound policies.
Our vision for the Chew and Chelten neighborhood fortifies our African American community by creating an environment where people of different incomes and backgrounds can live together with dignity and fulfillment.
Organization founded by Douglas Rucker and Jason Gordon in response to development in the Chew and Chelten neighborhood
Received Articles of Incorporation to become an office Community Development Corporation (CDC) and Registered Community Organization (RCO
We held our first community meeting!
We received a partnership with Federation of Neighborhood Centers to manage fiscal operations
We held our first community clean up!
We obtained 5235 Chew ave as an office building to house operations.
We partnered with Partnership with New Journey Christian Center Church of God In Christ for food give away to over 50 families.
Partnership with Mural Arts to paint a mural on xxx ave.
Partnership with Department of Commerce and Watts Solutions
Partnership with neighboring RCO's involving New Development