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Leadership in Community
With Each Other

Empowering citizens to create their community of choice, improve their quality of life and become leaders in their community

Community Technical Assistance, Inc. (CTA) was founded in 2002 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to provide technical assistance to low-to-moderate income communities to empower of citizens to improve their quality of life and become leaders of their respective communities. CTA engages many different communities from rural to urban that have experienced a loss of social capital, human resources, economic power, and are redefining their cultural identity. The organization’s successful experience with working with a diverse population allows CTA to create a platform and present opportunities required to tackle many challenges and issues facing communities of present and future. The organization actively works with youth to become leaders of the future and engages in various aspect of disaster relief and is a member of NCVOAD.
Designed to motivate our youth

Global Scholar Program (GSP)

Our Global Scholar’s Program (GSP) is designed to motivate our youth to become 21st century leaders in their communities. Once accepted into our program, our scholars are engaged in strengthening their advanced critical thinking, problem solving, and communication skills, which connects their classroom with real-world learning.
Assisting minority residents

Disaster Relief

Since 2002, CTA has been working with low-to-moderate income (LMI) communities to assist minority residents to transform their neighborhood. During the pandemic, LMI communities have been systematically excluded from equitable access to resources in a disaster. Our nonprofit is an African American led organization with the expertise, experience, and relationships needed to engage historically marginalized communities, during a disaster.

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You Can Make A Difference

Your generous gift to CTA helps us continue our work in low-to-moderate income (LMI) communities. On behalf of CTA and the people we help, thank you for your support.
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