The Long Lasting Community Development Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit social service organization located in Columbus, Ohio. Officially established in 2005.
Our Goal: A well- adjusted and self-sufficient community.
Our Mission: Promote on-going learning for refugees and immigrants. We do this by providing assistance to:
As a new Immigrant, the founder herself felt fear and frustration on a daily basis as all Immigrants and Refugees do. She faced countless firsthand challenges and overcame them by applying the experience she had from working for several self-sufficiency programs in her native country Bangladesh and the knowledge and skills she gained after moving in America.
After establishing herself in her new home she wanted to help others to do the same. Since the journey began LLCDA continuously showing outstanding ability to help increasing numbers of people achieve the goals. The mothers of households are primarily the participants and, through them, we impact the children and inspire others in the family as well.
LLCDA differs from other programs specifically because of the founder's unique skills, constant presence and facilitation of activities--helping bridge the gaps.
We rely heavily on volunteers and donated goods and services.
LLCDA had conducted 4 successful projects that were grant funded.
The people we serve:
*Refugees and Immigrants from all Colors, Ethnicities and Religious beliefs.
*International Students from all Colors, Ethnicities and Religious beliefs and their family members.
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