Central Detroit Christian Community Development is a faith-based CDC focused on empowering people and creating positive opportunities for the community. In 2016, the nonprofit’s financial wellness program, which includes homebuyer education, financial education, and home preservation classes, served over 800 people. The nonprofit also rehabbed 8 homes and began a $10 million project which will rehab an old apartment building into 44 modern units. Through its employment programs, the CDC provides job training and work opportunities to about 100 youth and adults per year. Its businesses include City Kids Soup, which sells youth-made healthy soups, and Detroit Remade, which uses abandoned materials to create furniture and home goods.