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.

OUR IMPACT:

Each year, Fenway CDC improves the lives of over 2,500 adults, children, and youth through 5,000 services and a wide range of community activities. We provide affordable housing, connect residents to social services, career-furthering education opportunities, employment, and fresh foods. Residents who come to Fenway CDC build job skills, gain financial literacy, and learn healthy habits.

Fenway CDC enriches the neighborhood by helping to organize the Fenway Porchfest music festival and family events for Halloween and Thanksgiving. Fenway CDC works with organizations across Boston to train citizens to advocate for improve housing policies that will protect families from eviction; create more funding for affordable housing; and increase the number of affordable units.

Download Fenway CDC’s 2021 Impact Report

LATEST NEWS & EVENTS:

The Fenway Ball

A big thank you to all our sponsors and guests for joining us at the Fenway Ball. Enjoy the event photos. Catch the Fenway Ball in The Boston Sun (page 1, 6, 7), Boston Guardian (page 6), and Fenway News (page 6).

  

Ribbon-Cutting to Celebrate Newcastle Saranac

We thank our program partners, funders, and residents for joining us to celebrate the preservation and renovation of Newcastle-Saranac Apartments! Fenway CDC and The Schochet Companies will preserve 97-unit of affordable residential property at Lower Roxbury! Enjoy the event photos and video. Read more about the project here and City of Boston news.

Food Access Programs

Southend/Lower Roxbury Fair Foods
August 11, 2022
Every other Thursday, 12pm to 3pm
607 Columbus Ave, Boston
Newcastle Saranac Community Space
Residents with food insecurity are welcome to get a free bag of fresh nutritious food, while supplies last.
To volunteer, please contact Diego Soler at dsoler@fenwaycdc.org or (617) 865-9896 x 15.
Fenway Cares
Fenway Cares is a mutual aid collection of 6 area non-profits comprising of Fenway CDC,
Audubon Circle Neighborhood Association, Fenway Alliance, Fenway Civic Association,
Fenway Community Center, Operation P.E.A.C.E.. We provide food access program and share
resource resources with community residents. Details here.
Boston LifeBoat
Every Thursday, 4pm – 6pm
Boston Temple, 105 Jersey Street, 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.

Fenway CDC is Hiring

  • Community Organizer – Download job description here. Resume evaluation begins August 19,  2022. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to projects@fenwaycdc.org
  • Asset Management Associate – Download job description here. Resume evaluation begins June 20, 2022. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to projects@fenwaycdc.org
  • Career Specialist – Download job description here. Resume evaluation begins July 5th, 2022. To apply, please email your resume and cover letter  to projects@fenwaycdc.org

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.

Fenway Cares

Fenway Cares is a mutual aid collection of 6 area non-profits comprising of Fenway CDC, Audubon Circle Neighborhood Association, Fenway Alliance, Fenway Civic Association, Fenway Community Center, Operation P.E.A.C.E.. We provide food access program and share resource resources with community residents. Details here.

Free Job Search Service

Participants will learn job search skills, resume and cover letter writing, interview preparation, and time management tips.

Free 1-1 Financial Coaching 

Have money-related problems? Get free and confidential money management advice, referral services, and informal resources.

To arrange your phone or conference call session, please email info@fenwaycdc.org

Free 1-1 Financial Coaching 

Please contact info@fenwaycdc.org to arrange for 1-1 confidential telephone counseling.

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!