Northumberland County Community Center Organization
P.O. Box 382
Wicomico Church VA 22579-0382
Mission Statement The Northumberland County Community Center Organization
(NCCCO) was founded in 1998 to enhance educational, employment and social opportunities for all citizens residing in the Northern Neck and particularly those in Northumberland and Lancaster Counties. A nonprofit organization, NCCCO is immersed with an obligation to prepare people for meaningful employment opportunities. A large part of the catchment area serves the African American communities of Northumberland and Lancaster Counties.
Web and Social Media
CEO/Executive Director Dr. Frank Joseph Kober Jr.
Board Chair Mr. James M Long
Board Chair Company Affiliation Board of Supervisors Northumberland County
Contact Information
Address P.O. Box 382
Wicomico Church, VA 225790382
Telephone 804 580-3530
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1990
Financial Summary
Projected Revenue $27,585.00
Projected Expenses $23,917.00
Mission The Northumberland County Community Center Organization
(NCCCO) was founded in 1998 to enhance educational, employment and social opportunities for all citizens residing in the Northern Neck and particularly those in Northumberland and Lancaster Counties. A nonprofit organization, NCCCO is immersed with an obligation to prepare people for meaningful employment opportunities. A large part of the catchment area serves the African American communities of Northumberland and Lancaster Counties.


  1. Sponsored three families for Christmas.
  2. Restoration of civil rights for nonviolent offenders.
  3. Held an affordable healthcare forum and assisted individuals to apply for benefits.
  4. Assisted low income persons with resources to apply for affordable housing mortgages.
  5. Collaborated with other agencies and individuals who received affordable housing per the THE LIGHT STREET BLOCK GRANT.
  1. To establish computer access to all individuals in community to improve daily living needs such as linkage to employment, online education, job skills training and general information.
  2. Assist individuals with compliance for new voting identification registration.
  3. Collaboration with local NAACP RITE of PASSAGE YOUTH PROGRAM and others youth programs to provide youth with knowledge to succeed in everyday choices, career choice and college education.
  4. Collaboration with agencies that link individuals to resources for health, employment, transportation, child/parents needs and appropriate socialization.
  1. General financial : support which is ongoing assistance for building mortgage, utilities, insurance, maintenance and building upkeep.
  2. Equipment and Supplies: desktops/ laptop computers, printers, copiers, fax machine, 60" monitor (TV or Computer), electronic tablets or Smart boards and vans.
  3. Volunteers: instructors, tutors, legal advisers, accounting /financial adviser, transportation staff, health care worker, first aid/CPR instructor, fundraising staff and grant writing staff.
The Northumberland County Community Center Organization (NCCCO) organized in 1988 was founded to enhance the educational, employment and social opportunities for all citizens residing in the Northern Neck and particularly those in Northumberland and Lancaster Counties.
A not for profit organization, (NCCCO) immersed with an obligation to prepare people for meaningful employment opportunities. NCCCO has developed a program named “Help for Humanity”. Its goal is to aid all citizens, young, old; black, white, Asian, Latino and Native American and those in need of special assistance because they are mentally or physically challenged. Some of the goals of NCCCO are to aid all people in need. To achieve this, the Organization provides a safety net and a beacon of hope for the masses.

CEO Statement

NCCCO is a rural State Incorporated 501(c)(3) Community Organization established to provide services to a wide range of its citizenry. There is a disproportional high number of poorer youth (mostly African Americans) and elderly in the catchment’s area.  Many programs have been initiated and are in various phases of piloting.

The Organization needs an infusion of economic support to achieve maximum servicing goals.  Hopefully, NCCCO, which has received several in service and cash awards from various individuals, will receive funding commensurate with the proven goals of the Organization. Our main goals of service to the community are augmented by the desire to impact the attained educational goals of a functioning society. In this way, NCCCO is a lighthouse for the Community in need of many basic services.

Board Chair Statement
Ms. Merug Clarke donated the land for the dream of building
a community center on 679 Browns Store Road in 2000. The Center was established in 2003 under the guidance of Mrs. Inez Bates and Mrs. Alaese Parker. The Northumberland Country Community Center
Organization, INC provides programs that benefit citizens of the Northern Neckcommunities. NCCCO has provided the following programs for the total community:
  1. Housing sessonss which inform citizens of the opportunites and ways to purchase a home or land.
  2. Health Insurance sessions which advocate and stress the importance of family insurance.
  3. Person rescue sessions wihc stress the importance of life, medical, vehicle and dental insurances, overall health of the family.
  4. Restoration of Rights (Voting etc.) Have been very successful that citizens got their right to vote, hold public office, serve on juries and serve as a notary public, officers and Northumberland County Committee organization members have been very fortunate to use the Center for community and information services.
Our future depands upon the degree that community members assist us in fulfilling our goals.
Areas of Service
Areas Served
Northumberland County
The Northumberland County Community Center Organization is an oasis in a desert of low socio-enconomic communities.  The Center is located very close to the Light Street federal housing program.  Through the effort of some of NCCCO's leaders, many low income families have been able to afford to buy houses at reduced rates and lower mortgages.  This community used to house many individuals who had neither utilities or running water.  Our efforts are aimed at these as well as many other impoverished and low and median income persons.
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. James M Long
Company Affiliation Board of Supervisors Northumberland County
Term Jan 2013 to Dec 2016
Board of Directors
Board Members
Mr. Horace Adams Virginia Union University of Lynchburg Commputer Technology Instructor
Mrs. Irene Bunns Macadonia Baptist Church, Clerk
Mr. Charles Milton Butler First Baptist Church Trustee
Ms. Sylvia Carter Lions Club of Lancaster County
Ms. Sonja Dickerson Red Cross First Aid Instructor
Ms. Vivian Diggs Administrative Staff Northern Neck Electric
Ms. Stacey Evans The LINK INC, Coordinator
Mr. Christopher Harvey Retired, New Jersey Dept of Agricultue
Mr. Gerald Howard School Board Member Northumberland Co. Public Schools
Ms. Phyllis Hudnall Private Business Owner
Dr. Frank Joseph Kober Jr.University of Maryland
Mr. James M Long Northumberland County Board of Supervisor
Ms. Phyllis Nickens QMHPThree Rivers Healthy Family
Mr. Irvin Nickens Rappahannock General Hospital Chief of Security
Ms. Diane Redmond First Baptist Church Trustee
Mr. Thomas Robinson Ty's Friends Board Member
Mrs. Dianna Ross Northumberland County NAACP
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 0
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 0
Female 0
Board Term Lengths 0
Board Term Limits 3
Board Meeting Attendance % 0
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Under Development
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 0
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 0
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 12
Standing Committees
Program / Program Planning
Other Boards
The tables below contain information about other groups that advise this nonprofit on operations and projects.
Advisory Board Members
Ron Holley Retired Baltimore City Social Work Dept
Youth Board Members
Mr. Thomas Hudnall Ty's Friends
Executive Director
Executive Director Dr. Frank Joseph Kober Jr.
Dr. Francis J. (Frank) Kober
Francis J. (Frank) Kober, Ed. D received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Maryland.  His graduate education was attained, first with a Master of Arts Degree in Education Administration from Coppin State University. His Doctorate is in Urban Education Leadership and Policy Studies from Temple University in Philadelphia.

Dr. Kober started his career as an elementary school teacher. His first assignment was in an all-African American disadvantaged community.  He spent ten years there, and was elected a Vice President of the Baltimore Teachers Union. The US Department of Education named him one of the outstanding teacher leaders in the United States. Later he served as editor
of the Baltimore Teachers Union newspaper.

In 1998, the National Education Association sent him to
Oakland California where he was a member of a team to do a study of an urban school district that was taken over by the State.

From 2003 until the present, Kober served as Special Assistant to the President atCoppin State University for the Urban Education Corridor.
During this time, he was Associate Dean of Education and Professor of Education’s University.  His duties included supervising the NCATE and Maryland State Department of Education elementary and early childhood education programs at Coppin. He completed the following college-wide activities: He was Coppin State’s Governmental Relations representative to the Maryland General Assembly.Also, He led Coppin to a 10-year unconditional certification by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) on two separate occasions.

On the personal side, he is a widowed father of two sons and a daughter.

Co-CEO Dr. Frank Joseph Kober Jre.
Term Start Jan 2013
Full Time Staff 0
Part Time Staff 0
Volunteers 30
Contractors 3
Retention Rate 100
Organization has a Fundraising Plan? Under Development
Organization has a Strategic Plan? Under Development
Management Succession Plan? Under Development
Organization Policy and Procedures Under Development
Nondiscrimination Policy Under Development
Document Destruction Policy No
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy Yes

Collaboration: Northumberland County NAACP,  Northumberland County
Board of Supervisors, Three Rivers Healthy Families,  Northumberland County
School Board,  Northumberland Echo newspaper, Rappahannock Record newspaper, 
First Baptist Church, Shiloh Baptist Church, Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Galilee
United Methodist Church, St. Francis Roman Catholic, Macedonia Baptist Church, 
Shiloh Community Ministries, Bay Area on Aging, Second Chance Ministries, Ty's
Friends Group, HOPE Group, The Link, Rappahannock Community College Summer Youth
Program, Northumberland County Sheriff Department,  Community Crusaders Group, 
Union Riders Motorcycle Club, Boys 2 Men Motorcycle Club and Dynamic Ladyz 
Motorcycle Club.

This program gives back to the community by providing holiday meals, gifts and clothing to the very needy in the Community
Budget $2,000.00
Program provides seniors with a lunchtime meal and socialization with others. 
Budget $5,000.00
This program provides basic computer instruction to mostly disadvantaged, aged or unemployed individuals.
Budget $5,000.00
CEO/ED/Board Comments
The catchment area serviced by the Northumberland County Community Center Organization is a mostly economically depressed area of Northumberland and Lancaster counties.  The Organization was founded by two well-intentioned ladies who have since passed away.  The Organization must raise a minimum of $5,000 a quarter to pay for the mortgage and expenses of the building.  It relies on the generosity of members of its Board of Directors.  Its strength is the volunteers who make up the NCCCO.  They host dinners, breakfasts and dances to raise money whenever necessary.
The mainly African American organization demonstrates effective leadership skills of this group in completing the mission and goals of the organization.
Fiscal Year
Projected Revenue $27,585.00
Projected Expenses $23,917.00
Spending Policy N/A
IRS Letter of Exemption
Detailed Financials
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201420132012
Program Expense$24,459$19,159$20,094
Administration Expense$3,466$2,319$2,099
Fundraising Expense--$80$60
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.061.211.10
Program Expense/Total Expenses88%89%90%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201420132012
Total Assets$252,300$250,492$247,072
Current Assets$1,572$4,200$2,000
Long-Term Liabilities$0$197,533$206,414
Current Liabilities$0----
Total Net Assets$252,300$52,959$40,658
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities------
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%79%84%
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? Anticipated In 3 Years
Goal $10,000.00
Dates Jan 0 to Dec 2016
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years? Yes
State Charitable Solicitaions Permit
Solicitations Permit
Solicitations Permit ApplicationView
Organization Comments
We are attempting to locate an auditor who will audit our finances.  At the present time, the organization can not afford one.
Foundation Comments
  • If an organization has gross receipts that are normally $50,000 or less, it can choose to file Form 990-N.