We help residents live healthier and happier.

We create and preserve homes for residents.

We help residents access education, jobs, training,
social services, and fresh healthy food.

We prevent residents from displacement and work with stakeholders
to improve the City’s housing and development policy.


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 coaching, health programs, and civic engagement activities. See our 2019 Impact Report here.


Fenway Community Success Survey


I hope you are doing well and enjoying the snowy weather! As a friendly reminder: Fenway CDC is releasing a Community Success Survey to target better programming and assess how we can improve services to foster a stronger neighborhood! We want to hear from YOU!

Survey Time: 10-15 minutes

Raffle Prizes: Air Fryer, Noise-Cancelling Headphones, Amazon Fire Tablet, and more! The earlier you take the survey, the higher your chances are of winning a prize!

Survey here: https://ncv.microsoft.com/Z5pLOHQHUz

Fenway CDC’s New “Burbank Terrace”
Fenway CDC’s first “ground-up” development in decades! FCDC proposes to construct a 27-unit rental building on a vacant parcel at 72 Burbank St. in the Fenway. Fenway CDC is changing an approved 32-unit market-rate project to a 27-unit, 100% affordable housing development.
The updated project has an increased number of 2-bedroom units to serve a much greater range of household sizes and types. Residents of the building will have access to shared amenity space, a laundry room, bike storage, and free bike share passes!
Boston Planning Development Agency Community Meeting
Monday, December 21, 2020 at 6:00 pm
This virtual meeting will be hosted using Zoom. Register to attend at this link. You will receive a confirmation email with instructions for joining the meeting, and an email prior to the meeting regarding technical assistance. Submit your comments now!


Fenway CDC thanks Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) /Beth Israel Lahey Health for supporting our work.

Fenway CDC will be the lead organization in a new partnership with Boston Tenant Coalition, Homes for Families, Mass Law Reform Institute and the Greater Bowdoin Geneva Neighborhood Association.  We will organize and campaign together at the City and State level to move legislation, budget items, and policies that will increase funding for affordable housing, rental subsidies, further fair housing, and improve tenant rights. Our vital work will help address the homelessness crisis in the Commonwealth.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) selected our coalition as one of 17 local organizations to receive funding for impactful initiatives in the areas of housing affordability, jobs and financial security, and behavioral health. This is BIDMC’s first major investment through its Community-based Health Initiative.


Fenway Fair Foods

March 10, March 24, April 7, and April 21
mar 24
Every other Wednesday
3:30pm to 5:00pm
Come get a free bag of fresh fruits and vegetables. Residents in need can arrange no contact home delivery. To volunteer, see details. For inquiries, please contact Jasmine Vargas at jvargas@fenwaycdc.org or (617) 267-4637 x 13.

 Lifeboat Boston Food Pantry

Every Tue & Thurs, 4pm-6pm

Boston Temple, 105 Jersey St., Boston

Free, fresh food is available to Boston residents with food insecurity. Sign up here. For inquiries, contact lifeboatboston@gmail.com. In collaboration with Boston Temple, Lovin’ Spoonfuls, Food Link, Fair Foods, Fenway CDC, and in-kind sponsors.

We Protect Each Other When We Protect Everyone

Fenway CDC is committed to justice in housing, which means that building racial, health, gender, and environmental justice are essential to our work too. To share your ideas for how Fenway CDC can further advance equitable service through action, please email Madeline Lee at mlee@fenwaycdc.org. Please share poster 1 and poster 2..

Fenway’s Urban Village Committee

If you are interested to help monitor and review development projects, please contact Richard Giordano at rgiordano@fenwaycdc.org for more details.

Support Fenway Restaurants and Businesses

Please support Fenway restaurants and businesses! Get take-out, arrange delivery, enjoy dining, or buy gift cards. Please visit this page to see a list of restaurants and businesses that are opened or are temporary closed.

Fenway Cares

Fenway Cares” is a collective of Fenway community organizations (Fenway CDC, Fenway Civic Association, Fenway Community Center, Operation P.E.A.C.E., and Fenway Alliance) and volunteers share resource information and services with Fenway residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Details here.

Free Job Search Service

Participants will learn job search skills, resume and cover letter writing, interview preparation, and time management tips. To arrange your phone or conference call session, please contact Kris Anderson at kanderson@fenwaycdc.org  or (617) 267-4637 x 29.

Free 1-1 Financial Coaching 

Please contact Kris Anderson at (617) 267-4637 x 29 or kanderson@fenwaycdc.org to arrange for telephone counseling.


Fenway CDC and the Schochet Companies closed $53 million Tax Credit Equity and Construction Financing for Newcastle Saranac Apartments in the South End/Lower Roxbury neighborhood in Boston. Read press release here.

Newcastle Saranac Preservation Celebration

We thank everyone for joining us to celebrate the preservation of Newcastle-Saranac! Fenway CDC and The Schochet Companies will preserve 97-unit of affordable residential property in the heart of Boston! Read more here. Watch the event video.


Community Investment Tax Credits (CITC)

Invest in Fenway CDC’s work by contributing $1,000 or more and receive 50% refund through our tax credits. Together, we’ll build a better Fenway for everyone to live, learn, work, and play! For inquiries, please contact Iris Tan at itan@fenwaycdc.org.

Read more about our residents’ vision for the Fenway!