Events

The Fenway is an exciting area made up of famous academic, medical, arts, and cultural institutions. Additionally, the Fenway has a residential neighborhood, a business community, and the jewel of Fenway: the centennial ballpark that is the home of the Boston Red Sox. Every year, many people from various cities throughout the United States and all over the world visit the Fenway to live, learn, work, and play. Learn more about the challenges and opportunities in the Fenway, and how Fenway CDC works to improve the quality of life for residents while building a healthier community.

Fenway Porchfest

July 31, 2020
Join us to celebrate our musicians, site partners, and the Fenway community! We have partnered with Porchfest musical collaborators on an exciting Fenway Porchfest music video! With a music video release on our fenwayporchfest.org on Friday, July 31st, (Love That) Muddy River will be online for all to view. We encourage you to check out and share our Facebook page & Instagram to learn more about the participating artists and video collaborators. Thank you to all who have made Fenway Porchfest possible over the years- we are optimistic about being reunited for a “live” Fenway Porchfest in 2021! Fenway Porchfest is organized in collaboration with Fenway Alliance, Fenway Civic Association, and Fenway CDC. Fenway Porchfest 2020 & (Love That) Muddy River are made possible by the support of the Boston Cultural Council, The Hamilton Company Charitable Foundation, Mission Hill Fenway Neighborhood Trust, and the City of Boston.

Fenway Fair Foods

July 29, August 12, August 26 (Every Other Wednesday
September 9 and September 23
Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral
Come get a free bag of fresh fruits and vegetables. Residents in need may arrange no contact home delivery. We are looking for volunteers who can comfortably lift 20 to 30 pounds of food. Volunteers must have access to a car with valid driver’s license to deliver produce to families in the Fenway. For more information, please download volunteer role criteria & safety guidelines. For inquiries, please contact Jasmine Vargas at jvargas@fenwaycdc.org or (617) 267-4637 x 13.

Lifeboat Boston Food Pantry

Every Tuesday and Thursday

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Boston Temple, 105 Jersey Street, Boston

Free, fresh food is available to all in Boston experiencing food insecurity. Please register at bit.ly/lifeboatbostonregistration Questions? Contact lifeboatboston@gmail.com. Download poster. Fenway CDC and Boston Temple will be distributing face mask to residents in need. Lifeboat Boston Food Pantry collaborates with Boston Temple, Lovin’ Spoonfuls, Food Link, Fair Foods, Fenway CDC, and in-kind sponsors.

Free Career Clinic Telephone Session

Fenway CDC will continue to provide phone counseling and referral services to job seekers. We will share employment opportunities that are available, online training resources, and provide social service referrals. To schedule a phone session, please email Kris Anderson at kanderson@fenwaycdc.org or (617) 267-4637 x 29. Check out current job listings at our Jobs Board page: http://www.fenwaycdc.org/jobs-board/

Free Fenway CDC Financial Clinic Telephone Session

Fenway CDC partners with the Metro Housing Boston to invite their staff, Matthew Gibson to work with participants to create a personalized financial plan with the goal of improving financial security. Get a free personal coaching telephone session to learn money management skills and use available resources to achieve more in life. All are welcome to sign up. To schedule your personal & confidential financial coaching, please contact Kris Anderson at kanderson@fenwaycdc.org or (617) 267-4637 x 29.

Fenway Family Coalition Meeting
Exciting new programming at Fenway Family Coalition! Join us to share ideas and meet other Fenway families. Learn how to obtain useful information resources for kids and teens. Questions? Contact Jasmine Vargas at jvargas@fenwaycdc.org or (617) 267-4637 x13.