As a part of our efforts to engage voters, we are partnered with Rutgers-Camden and LAEDA to organize a policy forum to educate the community on economic development strategies. Experts spoke about strategies and tools being implemented in Camden, as well as highlighted learnings from other parts of the country.
We gathered at the beautiful Boathouse for a delicious dinner and fine company. Thank you to our guest speakers, Mayor Dana Redd and Charlie Venti from the Nicholson Foundation. Also a special thank you to Rosa Ramirez who has dedicated so much of herself to CCOP over the years. And, of course thank you to all of our supporters over the years!!!
July 13th City Council voted and approved two seperate CCOP sponsored resolutions.
Monday June 21st, 100 Cramer Hill residents and supporters gathered to view the new mural on the Little League concession stand and to win commitments form the City of Camden to commit more resources to the park.
Thursday, May 20th was a beautiful day for CCOP as we celebrated 25 years of our faith based organizing in Camden, New Jersey.
City and State Officials stand with CCOP in support of proposed amendments to the Drug Offense Restraining Order
CCOP Faith Leaders host first Immigration Prayer Rally
St. Joseph's/CCOP held a community action to improve NJ State Drug Laws
Shared Photos from the first of 23 new demoltions of Camden's Imminent Hazards
5 day Non-partisan youth campaign to mobilize Camden and NJ voters
500(+) Camden Clergy and Lay leaders meet with Governor Corzine to stress that Camden Neighborhoods are struggling to survive
CCOP and 45+ leaders, residents, clergy, and healthcare providers rally for affordable healthcare reform for all people
Once the site of two abandoned police trailers, now a location of growth and food for the community.
On February 4, 2009, Rev. Heyward Wiggins, III, pastor of Camden Bible Tabernacle Church, joined with other religious leaders from the PICO network to watch President Obama sign legislation expanding health coverage to as many as 4 million uninsured children. Rev. Wiggins was a central part of PICO's national campaign pressing for the expansion of kid's health care.
Every Year CCOP hosts a fundraising breakfast, here are some photos from last years event held and Camden's Adventure Aquarium
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