Englewood CDC

OCS Community Economic Development Program

Through funding from a Department of Health and Human Services’ Community Economic Development (CED) grant, Englewood CDC created 32 jobs in partnership with TWG Management and Jefferson Electric, both of which worked with the John Boner Neighborhood Centers to recruit low income residents to begin their careers in property management and solar panel installation\maintenance.

Amount:

$780,800

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