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2023 Membership

MCCD is an association of nonprofit community development organizations committed to expanding the wealth and resources of neighborhoods through housing and economic development initiatives. For close to 30 years, we and our members have worked together to increase the opportunities for the development of quality, community-based projects through collaborative action on public policy issues, loan fund development, public education efforts, and long-term strategic planning.

Collectively, MCCD’s membership serves primarily BIPOC renters, homeowners, and small business owners at far greater rates than the private market, and the consortium has proven that its shared work to lower racial disparity gaps in cost-burdened renters, homeownership rates, and access to capital is working.

Why become a member?

As a member of MCCD, your organization can share in our common mission: to work collectively to build strong and stable communities by leveraging resources for the development of people and places. 

Membership Benefits
  • Policy and advocacy at the local, state, and federal levels.
  • Member meetings that provide opportunities for learning and peer-sharing, and insights on emerging trends in housing and economic development.
  • Community development trainings centered on housing and economic development.
  • Emerging Leaders in Community Development with opportunities for mentorship, professional development, and networking.
  • Networking events and opportunities for community engagement.
  • NEW THIS YEAR – Special housing and economic development training sessions for members of your organization’s board.
MCCD-membership-quote-AsaleSol Young-min
"I have most appreciated the opportunities for shared learning, [and] collective ideation with other industry leaders."
AsaleSol Young
Executive Director of Urban Homeworks
"The benefit of being part of a consortium is to share resources, bring new ideas, support each other, learn, and support clients.”
Perla Mayo
Director of Lending at Neighborhood Development Center