April 16, 2014    
St. Paul's Community Development Corporation was founded in 1990 as the outreach mission of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in the City of Paterson, New Jersey. Today we are a separate, secular, not-for-profit organization guided by a diverse and voluntary board of directors that bridges racial, economic, geographic, and religious boundaries.

Our purpose is to alleviate the conditions of hunger, homelessness, unemployment, poverty, and illiteracy in the City of Paterson. We do this by providing emergency services to all in need and by designing long-term approaches to achieving social and economic improvement at the grassroots level.

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St. Paul's Community Development Corporation (SPCDC) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Donations and contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law. Our Tax Identification Number is 22-3075855.

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Paint Paterson's Field of Dreams

- 10am-4pm
Hinchliffe Stadium, Paterson

Enjoy the National Landmark Ceremony and help paint Hinchliffe Stadium. More»

To register go to - savingplaces.org/savehinchliffe

Mayoral Forum on Community & Economic Development

- 9:30 a.m.
Rogers Meeting Center, 32 Spruce Street, Paterson

SPCDC is co-sponsoring a Mayoral Forum on Community & Economic Development. More»

Beth Hyslip, 973-413-1600 or bhyslip@njcdc.org

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CDC Programs and Services
Food Pantry Food Pantry · We provide emergency food support to those in need. We distribute turkeys during the holidays, provide food to our Emergency Men's Shelter, Partnerships for Healthy Living Program, and the after-school program at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. More...
Emergency Men's Shelter Emergency Men's Shelter · We provide emergency shelter, clothing, and food to as many as 50 homeless men at a time. Our staff helps our clients to find housing, employment, and health and rehabilitation services. More...
Next Step Next Step Workforce Development · We teach self-sufficiency through literacy and job readiness training, career development, life skills training, adult basic education (ABE), ESL, GED, and case management services. More...
Partnerships for Healthy Living Partnerships for Healthy Living · We go into the community to provide supportive services to at-risk men and women through substance abuse counseling, rehabilitation, HIV/AIDS testing and prevention education, and emergency services. More...
Housing and Neighborhood Development Housing and Neighborhood Development · We are rebuilding St. Paul's 5th Ward Neighborhood though rehabilitation, construction of multi-family dwellings, and creating Single Resident Occupancy (SRO) spaces for women. More...
Americorps AmeriCorps · We host and sponsor AmeriCorps Members who serve as tutors, mentors, food pantry workers, shelter aides, case management aides, volunteer recruiters, and as operations support to St. Paul's CDC and our community partners. More...
Passaic YouthBuild Passaic YouthBuild · We teach self-sufficiency to adjudicated youthful offenders by providing education and construction skills training, career development, life skills training, and case management services (photo: youthbuild.org). More...