Accreditations

Certified by the Florida Alliance of Community Development Corporations since February 2014

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FLACDCFlorida Alliance of Community Development Corporations (FLACDC), a statewide community economic development membership organization certified Neighborhood Renaissance as meeting the operational standards for the Community Economic Development industry in Florida.  Certification is earned and awarded as a business credential only after completing a rigorous, peer review process and is based on the use of best policies and practices in the community development field and is valid for two years. FLACDC was founded to secure the financial well-being and future of low and moderate-income people by advancing housing, economic development and community building strategies of Florida’s nonprofit organizations.

feb2014-flacdc-presentation-2Pictured left to right: FLACDC Certification Committee Member Leslie Lily, Neighborhood Renaissance Executive Director Terri Murray, FLACDC Executive Director Terry Chelikowsky and Neighborhood Renaissance Board Members Bette Anne Starkey and Romin Currier. Renaissance

Accredited by Nonprofits First at the level of “Excellence in Nonprofit Management” since November 2014

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Excellence in Nonprofit ManagementNonprofits First created administrative standards that meet core requirements of the federal, state, and local laws and regulations that govern nonprofits, best practices in management, as well as the expectations of many public and private funders.

 

Nonprofits First Certification 15- 16

Nonprofits First Director of Accreditation Adriene Tyrnes and Board Member Philip DiComo present their official certificate for successful achievement of 2015 Accreditation for Excellence in Nonprofit Management to Executive Director Terri Murray and Board Chair Carl A. Flick at the Neighborhood Renaissance, Inc. November 19, 2015 board meeting.