fenway cdc

Resident Services

We provide social support, referral services, and case management help low-income families and individuals access affordable housing, food, fuel assistance, childcare, and services that stabilize their lives.

Workforce Development Program

  • Job placement assistance and career counseling
  • Education advancement, English language training (ESOL)
  • Resume and cover letter writing assistance
  • Job skills training and job readiness skills
  • Resource room with free internet access and job listings for jobs in Greater Boston
  • Employment guidance and life-skills workshops
  • MoneySmart Program

    We help individuals and families achieve greater economic success through financial education workshops, counseling, and referral services. They learn money management knowledge, saving tips, smart spending, debt management, and banking services.

    Sign up for MoneySmart Workshops at this link.

    To schedule an appointment, please contact Kris Anderson, our Community Programs Director at kanderson@fenwaycdc.org or (617) 267-4637 x29.

    Fenway Fair Foods Program

    Would you like a grocery bag of fresh fruit, vegetables and bread delivered right to your neighborhood for $2 no matter your income level, work status or degree? Fair Foods is an organization dedicated to recovering surplus groceries and distributing them at affordable prices to communities all over Boston with their famous Two Dollars-a-Bag Program! Fair Foods and Fenway CDC are collaborating to serve the Fenway. We need volunteers to manage the site, pack groceries and sustain the movement! If you are interested to volunteer as an individual or a group, please contact Lizzie Grobbel at lgrobbelfenwaycdc.org or (617)-2674637 x 17. Every volunteer gets a free bag.

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    Read Our Success Stories

    Amy and her daughter apple picking.

    "I thank Fenway CDC for providing us a place we call 'Home'. No matter what issues arise, the satff provides support services to fit our needs." - Amy Voltero

    Formerly homeless, jobless, and drug-addicted, today Amy is a successful and healthy working single mother. She is supporting her 6 year old daughter and is a champion in our hearts!