OUR IMPACT:

Fenway CDC improves the lives of over 1,000 adults, children, and youth each year. We help them access affordable housing, social services, education,  job skills training, employment, fresh produce, financial workshops, health programs, and civic engagement activities.

LATEST NEWS:

Movie Night in the Fens! Moana by Disney

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

7:30 pm

Back Bay Fens

Join us in the Back Bay Fens for “Moana” on the big screen. Lawn games start at 6:30pm! All are welcome. No RSVP. Questions? Contact Emerald Necklace Conservancy at (617) 522-2700 or visit emeraldnecklace.org

Directions: 1200 Boylston Street in the Fenway Victory Gardens @ intersection of Boylston Street & Park Drive.

Download movie poster  [pdf] and image [jpg].

Taste of Fenway

Taste of The Fenway

Thursday, September 21, 2017

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Van Ness Street, Boston (Kilmarnock St. to Richard B. Ross Way)

Enjoy delicious food and drink tastings from over 20 restaurants and businesses at this outdoor street festival.  Sponsor this event or purchase your tickets at the below link.

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Career & Resource Fair

Fenway CDC is partnering with Roxbury Community College to organize a Career & Resource Fair to help job seekers network with hiring companies and organizations. To attend this free event, please RSVP at this link.

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News – 8/16/2017

Baker-Polito Administration awards $72 million to Create, Rehabilitate and Preserve Nearly 2,000 units. Fenway CDC thanked our government and community parters for the funding support to help us rehabilitate 52 homes at Burbank Gardens. See this link for more info.

Dancing in the Fenway

We thank the residents,  workers, and visitors in the Fenway for joining our Salsa dancing class. We appreciate Fenway Health for hosting  us.

 

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Fenway Ball

We thank our event sponsors, donors, in-kind sponsors, and guests for making the Fenway Ball a record-breaking success! Please enjoy the event photos.

Fenway CDC’s 44th Annual Meeting

Fenway CDC thanks Sheila Dillon, city officials, and over 120 members and supporters who joined us to celebrate Fenway CDC’s acquisition of Burbank Gardens. Fenway CDC will be rehabilitating 52 homes to protect the residents from displacement and preserve the long-term affordability of this mixed-income development.

We thank 39 hiring organizations for participating in Fenway CDC’s Career & Resource Fair on May 9th at Temple Israel to network with job seekers.

Housing

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Programs

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Planning and Organizing

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Read more about our residents’ vision for the Fenway!

Fenway’s Urban Village Plan