Community Connectors link neighbors to tools, guidance, and a network to improve themselves and their community
Bringing Neighbors Together
NKCDC’s Community Connectors program builds on the skills and interests of Kensington residents.
- Sharing information
Community Connectors work with their block to help NKCDC share important information and resources, promote community events, and take surveys. Connectors promote collective responsibility and community pride.
- Block projects
As neighborhood connections grow, Connectors work with their block to organize block projects, which can include planting trees, cleaning vacant lots, painting buildings, installing art, or even repairing homes.
Through project-based training on their blocks and skills training from NKCDC, Community Connectors develop skills and confidence to be even better leaders. Additional training is provided through the LISC Community Connectors Institute, NeighborWorks America Community Leadership Institute, and the Citizen’s Planning Institute.
By bringing together leaders from different blocks for networking and social events, the community can share resources and work together toward shared goals.
Become a Community Connector
Learn more by contacting Rodney Mobley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-427-0350 x125.
Connect Your Neighborhood
Become a Drop Spot
Connect Kensington neighbors to timely news and resources. Any Kensington resident—and any business in Kensington, Port Richmond or Fishtown—can accept fliers and information to distribute to neighbors. Contact Rodney Mobley at email@example.com or 215-427-0350 x125 to learn more.
Share Your News
If you have news or information to share, or you’re planning an event that Kensington residents should know about, email your flier or details to firstname.lastname@example.org by the last Friday of each month, for distribution the following month.
Please also add your events to our online calendar.
Get text alerts
Get timely information about community events, programs and services in Kensington. Text “NKCDC” to 833-901-2072. You will receive a welcome text notifying you that you have been enrolled. Text “stop” to opt-out at any time.
If you do not receive a welcome text, please email Jessica Hoffman at email@example.com or call 215-427-0350 x103.