CCCU shares a building with the Latin American Economic Development Association, a five-year-old Camden-based operation that specializes in entrepreneurial training, small business development, and commercial revitalization and which laid the groundwork for the establishment of CCCU.
What does LAEDA stand for?
LAEDA stands for Latin American Economic Development Association (Camden, NJ)
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Among the projects supported by the fund are: the Meadow Street Project, a garden apartment complex to be built in downtown Somerville by Community Caring for its Own; renovation of a former armory building by Tri-County Community Action Agency in Salem; construction of three new homes by Habitat for Humanity of Trenton; a day care center developed by Unified Vailsburg Services Organization in Newark; and renovation of a commercial building in Camden by the Latin American Economic Development Association (LAEDA), which will provide space for three small businesses which will employ local residents.