NACEDA Members' Policy Platforms & Resource Pages

NACEDA members across the country are advocating to ensure that low-income communities have the resources to survive and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, disseminating information about resources, and conducting surveys to assess needs and advocate.

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Policy Platforms

NACEDA members have released these policy platforms:

Resources

NACEDA members are providing resources and information to nonprofits serving low-income communities.

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South Carolina

Tennessee 

Virginia/Metro DC Area

Washington

Washington, DC

Surveys

NACEDA members are conducting surveys to assess the needs of the needs of low-income communities and the organizations that serve them, and to advocate needs and advocate on their behalf.

Initial surveys

These surveys by NACEDA members seek to get a general sense of how community development organizations are affected the pandemic, and how they are responding.

Specific Surveys

Small and Micro Business Survey | Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations & Partners
Nearly 500 small and micro businesses participated in the COVID-19 Business Impact & Federal Stimulus Access Survey administered by the Massachusetts Small Biz COVID Response Coalition. 

Landlord survey | Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania
Seeks information to better understand how the pandemic is impacting landlords and property managers tasked with maintaining operations as normal while experiencing an unprecedented loss of rental income.

Impacts on low-income and housing insecure persons | Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania 
Seeks information about how the pandemic is impacting low-income and housing-insecure populations and the organizations that serve them. 

CDBG recommendations | Community Development Advocates of Detroit
Seeks input on how Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds should be allocated to create and sustain community economic development programs during and beyond the COVID-19 crisis.