To achieve greater residential stability and diversity by developing affordable housing, engaging residents in community planning, and advocating services for low- and moderate-income residents. Read more...
♦ Thursday, June 18 The Fenway Ball participation opportunities.
♦ Good news! Fenway CDC was awarded $150,000 of community investment tax credits. For-profit corporations, non-profits, and individuals can participate in CITC program.
♦ RSVP for Boston Children's Hospital Behavioural Health workshops
We help residents access social services, skills training, jobs, education, and financial education.
We have developed and preserved nearly 600 affordable homes, housing approx. 1500 residents.
Donate and participate in Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC) program.