The Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic (NTAC) is a registered nonprofit organization
The Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic (NTAC) was founded in 1998 to improve the prospects and delivery of community- and faith-based social services. We deliver technical assistance clinics and capacity-building workshops to social and cultural service organizations. We cultivate philanthropy and grant-making directly to service-starved neighborhoods and communities through a variety of forums designed to bring measurable improvement in grassroots social service delivery.
Mission The Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic (NTAC) provides strategic direction, organizational oversight and technical assistance clinics to grassroots nonprofits and grantmakers. We create dialogues between funders, community-based and faith-based organizations to grow sound grassroots delivery of programs and services for neighborhood needs.
On December 6, 2012 The Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic and Rev. Dr. Valerie Oliver-Durrah, President and CEO honored Couples Who Care at the Victorian Mansion in Brooklyn. To see our slideshow, click here
Pictured here are Cheryl Wills, from NY1 and our Mistress of Ceremonies with Mrs. William Pollard, representing Medgar Evers College, Rev. Dr. Oliver-Durrah and Claudia Moran, mistress and owner of the Victorian Mansion.