Pre-K Counts Initiative - Opening doors of opportunity for every child in Pennsylvania. (As heard on LOUD FM)

Education, Community,
& Excellence

We provide quality education and child-care in an environment built for infants, toddlers, and school-age children.

Pre-K Counts Initiative

As heard on LOUD FM

If we want a good quality of life, high-quality jobs and a strong economy for Pennsylvania, we need to provide opportunities to every Pennsylvanian. Early education can open the doors of opportunity for every child to do well in school, in the workforce, and in life.

Our Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts pre-kindergarten program, established by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, will make quality pre-kindergarten opportunities available to children and families across the commonwealth.

Welcome to RCDC

Empowering our community through virtue & promise.

The RCDC strives through reasoned promise and action to work in fellowship with residents in developing the skills and resources required to create an educationally, financially, and morally empowered community guided by the common pursuit of a secure, healthy, and safe lifestyle.

Our Programs

At Resurrected Community Development Corporation, we offer programs for children, youth, and their families throughout the Lehigh Valley. There is a place at RCDC for children of all ages—from toddlers to high schoolers—to thrive.

Fostering a Culture of Equity & Learning

When Resurrected Community Development Corporation was founded in 2011 in Allentown, PA, it was in response to the ongoing issues of racism, poverty, and inequity facing our community and the nation. Now celebrating over a decade as a leading Lehigh Valley nonprofit, we are proud to have advocated for the social, educational, and economic well being of thousands of families, taking action in our own backyard, turning youth into local leaders, and watching as they inspire waves of change across the nation.

 2021 Annual Report.

The future belongs to those who prepare for it today.

-Malcolm X

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