Community Building in Action
Community Building In Action (CBA) is a federally-funded program that serves as a liaison between the City of Rochester, neighborhood business associations, and neighborhood groups to improve the business environment in the northeast quadrant.
Provide training and services which allow individuals and resident groups to shape their environments and take a greater role in their community.
What Does CBA Do?
Provides community outreach and support via Neighbors ROC
Administers ongoing series of training via Community Leadership Development
Identifies strategies to increase resident physical activity via Rochester Walks! and the Center for Community Health partnerships
Leads a volunteer-based home improvement project via Group Work Camps
“I want to thank ABC’s Community Building in Action for assisting us Unity NE Block club with the resources needed to celebrate our Black History month event.”
“Your work camp program fixed my porch and now I could I could use my front entrance to get into the house.”
“Your community building in action program training on managing meetings more effectively has helped us to become more efficient.”
- Although the CBA projects are geared for low-income individuals and challenged neighborhoods, everyone is eligible to participate in our activities.
After making an appointment, Okey Ikpeze (or someone on her team) will contact you with further information.