Wimauma Corporation to Develop Communities (CDC)

  • Wimauma

Website

http://www.wimaumacdc.org

Address

PO Box 825
Wimauma
Florida
33598-0825
United States

About Us

ABOUT WIMAUMA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (CDC): Our mission is to create a healthy and vibrant Wimauma community by engaging and empowering everyone. We envision a diverse and unified Wimauma community that creates opportunity for everyone. Founded in February 1967 as the Citizens Improvement League of Wimauma, the Wimauma CDC (EIN: 51-0625060) has thrived on community partnerships and volunteer commitment. Wimauma is located in South Hillsborough County and is undergoing a major transformation as a result of population growth and community initiatives. It is a diverse community with a longstanding agricultural industry rich with Florida history. We seek to achieve our mission and vision by focusing on our primary strategic priorities: Education, Economic Opportunity and Affordable Housing. We are currently empowered to serve further as a voice and leader in our community and are seeking to bring on the dynamic and passionate staff/leadership support to work collaboratively with our board, community leaders, partners and residents to accomplish these goals. More information about Wimauma CDC can be found on our website at www.WimaumaCDC.org.


ABOUT OUR WIMAUMA COMMUNITY: Wimauma is a community located in southern Hillsborough County, Florida near Sun City Center and Ruskin. It hosts 2 elementary schools (Wimauma Elementary, Reddick Elementary), and 1 charter school (RCMA Wimauma Academy K-5; RCMA Leadership Academy 6-8). Middle and high school students attend secondary schools outside of Wimauma (i.e. Shields Middle and Lennard High School in Ruskin). Wimauma also features many faith-based entities and churches including Wimauma Church of God, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Iglesia Bautista Peniel de Wimauma and Beth-El Farmworker Ministry. It has a diverse population of 6,373 residents [per 2015 census], is rich with Florida history and includes residents of Hispanic, African American, Haitian and Caucasian descent.


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