ELCD Mentorship Program Now Accepting Applications!
Emerging Leaders in Community Development Mentorship Program--Now Accepting Applications for Mentees!
The Emerging Leaders in Community Development (ELCD) Steering Committee is proud to launch the 10th round of our mentorship program and are now seeking applications for mentees. We have had over 250 participants since the program began in 2010... Read more
MCCD Changes in the Servicing Department!
We hope this letter finds you and yours safe and secure. As the world changes dramatically around... Read more
MCCD Loan Program Manager Retires
Last Friday, August 14, MCCD bid a congratulatory farewell to our long time Loan Program Manager, Mara O’Neill. Mara started at MCCD in 2011 and has been instrumental in the growth and success of our small business lending program. Mara is a tireless advocate for entrepreneurs, passionate about supporting small businesses and the community development sector, and a dedicated and very detailed-oriented loan program administrator. Mara volunteers frequently in the community, teaching... Read more
Business4Business MSP Regional Coalition
MCCD is proud to join a broad alliance of Twin Cities counties, chambers of commerce, community development agencies and other partners to build a local support network to help small businesses survive and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Building Safety Guidance from the City of Minneapolis
The following is a building safety guidance from the City of Minneapolis:
Urgent: Do not enter any damaged buildings
Please do not enter any damaged buildings. This is very dangerous. The City is blocking sidewalks to keep people away from damaged buildings and working with property owners to secure their properties and get emergency demolitions started as fast as possible.
Guidance on your damaged property
Property owners and... Read more
Our community is powerful and we can enact change.
June 2, 2020
This past week has been a difficult one for our neighbors and community members following the horrific murder of George Floyd. Our hearts go out to his family, friends, and the broader community. We acknowledge that this violence is just one part of a system of oppression that permeates our society and culture. We cannot allow the targeting of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities to continue and we stand with those who call for... Read more
Member COVID-19 Response Calls