Cumberland County College, will continue to support Leadership Cumberland County (LCC), but we have decided not to offer this program in 2010. Instead, we will review and evaluate all of the Center’s programs and plan to offer LCC in Fall of 2011.  We will post updates as they become available on this website.


Community Resource Room Offers Assistance to Nonprofits

Nonprofit organizations often face a number of challenges. Creating professional-looking printed materials doesn’t have to be one of them.

The Center for Leadership, Community and Neighborhood Development (CLCND) offers nonprofits free marketing software packets that include design templates for producing attractive letterheads and business cards, brochures, newsletters and other materials that organizations need to effectively convey their message to the public. This easy-to-use software can be obtained by visiting the Community Resource Room or contacting the CLCND through the this website.

Found within the George P. Luciano Family Center for Public Service and Leadership, the Community Resource Room is dedicated to supporting the area’s neighborhood associations, faith-based organizations and nonprofits. Offering a variety of tools to assist volunteers in conducting business on behalf of their organizations, the Community Resource Room is equipped with four computer work stations, laser printers, a copier, fax machine, and a multi-purpose work area.

The latest addition to the Community Resource Room is a resource library, full of books and videos focused on the various aspects of nonprofit management.  The Foundation Center, a database with more than 90,000 funding possibilities, is also available. To borrow any of the resource material or to utilize the Foundation Center database, volunteers must obtain free pass cards, which are also available onsite.

We are a Cooperating Collection of the

Foundation Center 

The Foundation Center is supported by a Community Development Block Grant from

City of Vineland

Additional Foundation Center resources are supported by a Community Development Block Grant from 

City of Millville

Proud supporters of The Center for Leadership, Community and Neighborhood Development:

Cumberland Empowerment Zone