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New Directions Community Outreach, Inc, Casselberry, Florida

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Address: P.O.Box 181055
Casselberry, Florida  32718-1055  
United States
Fax: 407-831-5529
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 20
Number of People Being Served: 500
EIN: 51-0212420
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Mission Statement


New Directions Community Outreach, Inc. (NDCO) pledges to do everything possible to help those that are in need and disadvantaged. That's been our commitment since we begin this outreach. It hasn't change. NDCO pledges to help as many people as possible by providing food, shelter, clothing, education, recreation and other programs. Wrapped in dignity, respect, compassion, and Christian love, joy comes from those that we are blessed through our efforts. Your support is greaty apprieciated. With your help, NDCO works to make our community a better place for everyone to live.

Description


New Directions Community Outreach, INC. (NDCO), was started in 2004 by Debra Thomas as a feeding program for homeless people in Seminole County. Two years later, the outreach, has moved and began providing other programs to those in need. Each year, the rate of families and children living in proverty situations are rapidly chaning. In order to help those in need NDCO, has also begin to offer other programs. NDCO focuses on training, equipping and coaching our clients that are hurting with compassionate services and developing a relationship that serves as the basis for a better community. It has been the goal of our founder to leave a legacy of godly love and practical case for those in need, a reminder of God's heat for the poor. Building upon that legacy today, the organization will grow from small beginning and become a larger force in the community. NDCO continues to strengths its commitment to provide compassionate services and to rise up a new generation of extraordinary leaders. Through volunteers and generous support from donors, the legacy of service and transforming lives and communities will grow.

New Directions Community Outreach, INC. (NDCO), was started in 2004 by Debra Thomas as a feeding program for homeless people in Seminole County. Two years later, the outreach, has moved and began providing other programs to those in need. Each year, the rate of families and children living in proverty situations are rapidly chaning. In order to help those in need NDCO, has also begin to offer other programs. NDCO focuses on training, equipping and coaching our clients that are hurting with compassionate services and developing a relationship that serves as the basis for a better community. It has been the goal of our founder to leave a legacy of godly love and practical case for those in need, a reminder of God's heat for the poor. Building upon that legacy today, the organization will grow from small beginning and become a larger force in the community. NDCO continues to strengths its commitment to provide compassionate services and to rise up a new generation of extraordinary leaders. Through volunteers and generous support from donors, the legacy of service and transforming lives and communities will grow.

Mission Statement: New Directions Community Outreach, Inc. (NDCO) pledges to do everything possible to help those that are in need and disadvantaged. That's been our commitment since we begin this outreach. It hasn't change. NDCO pledges to help as many people as possible by providing food, shelter, clothing, education, recreation and other programs. Wrapped in dignity, respect, compassion, and Christian love, joy comes from those that we are blessed through our efforts. Your support is greaty apprieciated. With your help, NDCO works to make our community a better place for everyone to live.

Organizational Statement of Faith


We belive in the Trinity


Denominational Affiliations


Evangelical, Southern Baptist Convention, Baptist, Protestant


Local Affiliation



Organizational Affiliations


Other


Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes