Crooked Creek Community Development Corporation

Crooked Creek Community Development Corporation focuses on improving housing, public infra­structure, and commercial areas for people who live, work, and visit northwest Indianapolis.  Its housing program acquires and renovates foreclosed single-family properties, converts vacant, substandard properties into accessible homes for community residents with disabilities, and provides no-cost homeowner repair services.  To bring local, healthy food into the community, the CDC established the Crooked Creek Community Farmers Market in 2012, which matches purchases of up to $20 for those participating in the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, and runs a community garden where residents can pick vegetables.  To ensure a strong center for the community, it created The Hub, a facility next to its offices open to all residents and businesses that includes a gallery for local artists, a resource center, and drop-in office and meeting space.

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