Community Development Council Durham CDCD

Empowering Individuals,
Supporting Families,
Strengthening Durham
for more than
50 years.

Standing Together Against Anti-Black Racism, Anti-Asian Racism and Anti-Indigenous Racism and Committing To Social Change

Anti-Black Racism Statement
   
Anti-Asian Racism Statement
 
Indigenous Land Acknowledgement

Furthermore, as a Durham Region Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Community of Practice (DEI CoP) member, CDCD stands in solidarity with other local agencies.
Read our commitment statements here

How We’ve Helped In 2020

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Individuals Engaged in Ajax Welcome Centre-Led Initiatives
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Educational Sessions – Community Development
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Community Connections Group Activities
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Clients Served – Orientation Program
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Service Engagements – Settlement Workers in Schools Program
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Clients Served – Newcomer Settlement Program
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Financial Assistance – HSP Program
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Financial Assistance – LEAP Program

Community Development & Research

CDCD strives to ensure that all members of the community are appropriately and equitably engaged in the social, cultural, economic and political life of our community.

Housing Help Durham

We prevent homelessness by helping Durham residents to find and/or maintain their housing.

Settlement Services

Our goal is to help newcomers fully engage in all aspects of Canadian life, social, economic, political and cultural, and to maximize the benefits of their participation and contribution to Canadian society.

SWIS Program

Connecting newly arrived families to services, resources in the school and the community in order to promote settlement and foster student achievement.

Who we are

Our vision, mission and guiding principles.
Get Involved

Newcomer Community Garden

July 27 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Learn how to plant flowers, vegetables, and herbs Make friends in your community who share a love of gardening And the best part...Enjoy the harvest! To register, contact Tasnuba 905-686-2661 Ext. 102 trahman@cdcd.org

Virtual Garden Workshop

Virtual Garden Workshop

July 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Learn about Canada’s native plants and how to take care of your own garden. Share pictures or videos of your own garden with others.

Virtual English Conversation Circle

Virtual English Conversation Circle

July 27 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Meet with volunteers and other newcomers in Durham Region to practice English and learn about the community.