Do you work for a community-based organization or financial institution that has helped improve the financial stability and health of low- and moderate-income residents, including people with disabilities?
The Center for Disability-Inclusive Community Development (CDICD), managed by National Disability Institute (NDI), invites you to apply for its Second Annual Inclusive Community Development Awards Program.
Vibrant communities are best supported when economic opportunities are inclusive of LMI populations, including people with disabilities. We are looking for community-based organizations and financial institutions who are engaging in promising and exemplary activities in support of low- and moderate-income (LMI) individuals with disabilities that not only improve their financial stability and health, but have helped them become more active participants in our nation’s economy.
Nominations will be evaluated on innovation, responsiveness, collaboration and impact in building a better financial future for people with disabilities and their families. Focus areas include: workforce development, affordable and accessible housing, small business development, financial literacy and counseling, adaptive technology, digital literacy and digital access.
Award Recipients Will Receive:
- Recognition on a national webinar
- Plaque (both financial institution and nonprofit)
- CDICD Award recipient website badge
- Acknowledgement on the NDI website of the award recipient