FRDC provides advocacy, supportive services and/or technical assistance to residents, businesses, churches, nonprofits, schools and community groups to bridge unmet needs including housing maintenance, utility assistance, workforce development, financial stability, business development, resident leadership development, digital literacy, mentoring and community building.
Fairfax Intergenerational Housing is a 40 unit project with a mix of two, three and four bedroom townhomes located on Central Avenue between East 80th and East 83rd Streets. This affordable housing project targets persons 55 and older with legal custody of minor children.
Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation (FRDC) is committed to stimulating sustained economic growth and wealth creation in Fairfax. The Department of Economic Development at FRDC provides technical assistance to small and large companies resulting in business expansion and retention. FRDC also provides guidance on zoning variances, business deal financing strategies, site acquisition and design.
In an effort to assist unemployed and underemployed City of Cleveland and other residents, FRDC offers a workforce development program. The program focuses on soft skill development including building technology skills and access, financial literacy, referral to supportive services and training and internship opportunities.
Free computer training classes are offered at the introductory, intermediate and advanced levels to area residents. The classes cover a range of topics including, Introduction to Computers, Fundamentals of Typing, Microsoft Office Suite, and Internet/Email.
Community Building Initiatives Community Organizing
Lunch Buddies at Bolton Elementary School
An innovative program designed specifically for small business owners which provide participants with the know-how, training, and networks to turn growth plans into action. It is a great way to focus your goals, maximize your time, and make a big leap forward.