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.
LITHCDC Programs and Services;
Drive-Thru Food Distribution - Every Thursday, 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Health & Wellness
Notary Public of New Jersey
Other Social Services Upon Request
The mission of LITHCDC is to provide families and individuals with transitional programs and services to 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.
Monetary and In-Kind donations to LITHCDC are tax-deductible. Online donors can click Donate Today to make monetary donations. Donors who prefer to donate in person can call 856-495-7798 to make an office appointment. Donations purchase much-needed items for LITHCDC community programs.
LITHCDC is committed to fighting food insecurity and transitional challenges with LITHCDC Weekly Drive-Thru Food Pantry and other programs to help New Jersey communities transition from hardship to economic stability.
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About the Founder, President, & CEO - Malanie is a military spouse business owner, public administrator, and a survivor of domestic violence from her first marriage (1973-1981). Malanie's professional and personal life experiences motivate her to help others. Malanie applied military spouse educational benefits to prepare for a post-retirement career as a nonprofit social service provider. Malanie's educational background which includes a Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling (MSMHC) empowers Malanie to meet the transitional social service needs of individuals and families seeking economic stability. Professional experience as a SEPTA Station Manager / Dispatcher (1988-2010) empowers Malanie with the experience, education, and skills to work with the public. Meet the LITHCDCVolunteerTeam. Malanie strongly believes Volunteer support is essential to LITHCDC's daily operations. LITHCDC extends a public thank you to LITHCDC volunteers, sponsors, and donors.
Malanie Jordan, MPA / MSMHC
LITHCDC Founder, President, & CEO
Military Spouse Business Owner