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.

Food Access Program

Fenway Cares
Next distribution is on May 10. 2023. Every other Wednesday, 3:30pm at two locations Symphony Park and Fenway Community Center. Details here. Fenway Cares is a collaboration of Fenway CDC, Audubon Circle Neighborhood Association, Fenway Alliance, Fenway Civic Association, Fenway Community Center, Operation P.E.A.C.E.. Together, we address food insecurity in the community and help residents access fresh, nutritious food.

Free Career Clinic Telephone Session

Fenway CDC provides in-person or 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 session, please email Sage Carbone at or (617) 267-4637 x 26. Check out our Jobs Board page:

Free Fenway CDC Financial Clinic  

Fenway CDC collaborates with Housing Metro|Boston to provide free and private 1-1 financial coaching via telephone session or in-person meeting to learn money management skills and use available resources to achieve more in life. All are welcome to sign up. To schedule your session, please contact Sage Carbone at or (617) 267-4637 x 26.