Welcome to the website of Ladies in Transit Holistic Community Development Corporation (LITHCDC). Founded in 2010 by military spouse Malanie Jordan; LITHCDC is a 501(c)3 tax exempt not-for-profit social service organization. Programs and services include;
free social services to families and individuals seeking programs and services to transition from hardship to economic stability
fiscal sponsorship to non-profits
New Jersey public notary and other administrative support
Women support group
Select the menu tabs in the header and/or highlighted links on the pages to learn more about LITHCDC.
The mission of Ladies in Transit Holistic Community Development Corporation is to provide families and individuals with transitional programs and services that empower our multicultural society to transition from hardship to economic stability. LITHCDC programs and services support individuals seeking food, clothing, shelter, employment opportunities, domestic violence support, housing programs, literacy, health & wellness, veteran awareness, elderly awareness, career development, entrepreneur support, youth development, and nonprofit entrepreneurs seeking 501(c)3 fiscal sponsorship.
Tax Deductible Donations
In-Kind and monetary donations to LITHCDC are tax-deductible. Please call (856) 495-7798 to schedule donation disbursements. On-line donors can use this Donate Today link or the button located on the website in the top page header. Donations support and help LITHCDC acquire materials for LITHCDC programs and services which include;
personal care packages for women, men, children, families, and veterans
community outreach projects
View the DONATIONS GALLERY for donation items LITHCDC include in free personal care packages for the clients we serve in the office and at community outreach events. View CONTACT US for additional donation options. Donations are greatly appreciated and will purchase items as instructed by donors.
The LITHCDC mission statement reflects our commitment to provide free social services and administrative support in New Jersey communities and on-line. Free Social Service Programs include health & wellness items, food, clothing, housing referrals, career development, volunteer program, and other social services upon request. Administrative Support include entrepreneur support, fiscal sponsorship, notary public, business formations, business registrations, 501(c)3 formations, entrepreneur opportunities, and other administrative support upon request. LITHCDC offers a sincere thank you to LITHCDC sponsors for their generous support which expands community outreach projects, programs and services. Thank you to non-profits who sign-up for Fiscal Sponsorship.
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About the Founder, President, & CEO
Malanie is a military spouse business owner, public administrator, retiree (2010 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), and a survivor of domestic violence from her first marriage (1973-1981). Malanie's professional and personal life experiences fuels her passion to help others. Malanie applied military spouse educational benefits to prepare for a post retirement career as a nonprofit social service provider. Malanie's degrees, Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Ashford University in 2012 and Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling (MSMHC) from Capella University in 2016 empowers her to meet public social service needs of individuals and families seeking to transition from hardship to economic stability. Professional experience as a SEPTA Station Manager / Dispatcher for 19 years of a 22 year career (1988-2010) empowers Malanie with the experience, education, and skills to work with individuals and families who desire transitional support. Meet the LITHCDCVolunteerTeam. The volunteer team's commitment to helping others transition from hardship to economic stability is greatly appreciated by the individuals and families we serve.
Malanie Jordan, MPA / MSMHC
Founder, President, & CEO
Transition from Hardship to Economic Stability