Neighborhood Development Center empowers entrepreneurs to create jobs and transform low-income communities. For more than 20 years, the Neighborhood Development Center (NDC) has been working with low-income residents of urban neighborhoods to develop talent through training, financing, technical assistance, and business incubators. They have trained more than 4,600 low-income entrepreneurs and extended over $13.7 million in loan capital to their businesses. These efforts have had widespread community impacts. NDC graduates employ 2,200 individuals. More than 78 percent of these employees are people of color while 82 percent are from the surrounding neighborhoods. These businesses return $46 million to their neighborhood economy in payroll, taxes, and rent each year. The NDC model is now being replicated in Detroit through a partnership with ProsperUS. Learn more.