Center for Community Change Named One of the Best Nonprofits to Work For in U.S.
by Community Change | April 1, 2015 2:03 pm
For Immediate Release: Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Contact: Donna De La Cruz, [email protected] (202) 339-9331
Community Change Ranks 25th Overall, 8th among Medium-Sized Organizations on The NonProfit Times’ 2015 List
(WASHINGTON)—Community Change (CCC) has been named one of the best nonprofits to work for in the U.S., ranking 25th overall and 8th among medium-sized organizations on The NonProfit Times’ 2015 list.
“Community Change is honored to have been named one of the top 50 best nonprofits to work for in the nation,” said Executive Director Deepak Bhargava. “Community Change is proud that our staff really embodies our mission to serve low-income communities, especially those of color, and we are humbled to be included on the list.”
“We have strived to really incorporate an individual and organizational transformation to not only make sure staff are working together in new and more collaborative ways, but to make Community Change one of the best places to work within the field of social justice,” said Managing Director Mary Lassen.
Community Change was created in 1968 as the first project of the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Foundation to carry on his vision and values. Through every strand of our work runs the conviction that those most affected by economic and social injustice are the best equipped to identify what change is necessary, and to make it happen.
For more information on CCC, check out our website and follow us on Twitter at @communitychange.