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This incredible project is taking place at the former Eliot Elementary School, a historic building that has been abandoned since 2004. We are transforming this building into a beacon of hope and renewal for our community.
Join us as we work to revitalize this historic building, and create a space that will serve the families of our community for generations to come.
The Nat Turner Foundation (NTF) awarded its first-ever grants to Jubilee Community Development Corporation (JCDC). Dr. Bryan Moore, President of NTF, watched the historic event as Frank Agovino, Secretary of NTF, presented two grants to Andy Krumsieg, Director of...
Providing Safe and Secure Housing for Men in Recovery
Hands-On Training to Help Those in Recovery Gain Meaningful Employment
Providing Employment Opportunities to Those in Recovery
Bringing Restoration to the People of North St. Louis
The Fentanyl Crisis in St. Louis: A Deadly Epidemic The city of St. Louis is grappling with a devastating crisis—the fentanyl epidemic. This powerful opioid has swept through the region, leaving a trail of death and addiction in its wake. In a news feature by KMOV,...
Today Jubilee Community Development Corporation (JCDC) announced the purchase of the Eliot School building in North St. Louis. The school was constructed in 1898 and named after Charles W. Eliot, who served as President of Harvard University for 1869-1909. He was also...
The Deadly Grip of Fentanyl In the gripping documentary "Fentanyl’s Deadly Grip on St. Louis" by Unreported World, the devastating impact of fentanyl addiction is vividly portrayed. Far surpassing the dangers of COVID-19 and gun violence, fentanyl has become St....