Our Partners

The Fenway is home to one of the densest concentrations of world-renowned educational, medical and cultural institutions in the United States. In addition, a few private developers are engaged in redeveloping the neighborhood in ways that are largely consistent with the Fenway’s Urban Village Plan – a grassroots initiative led by residents who envision the future of the neighborhood. Fenway CDC collaborates with public and private stakeholders to create a vibrant and healthier Fenway by building housing, giving residents access to jobs and education, providing services to residents, and planning the neighborhood’s future.

Institutional Partners

We thank the following organizations for their collaborations and partnerships, which enable Fenway CDC to provide programs and services to improve the quality of life of residents.

Action for Boston Community Development
Allston Brighton CDC
Bay Cove Human Services
Berklee College of Music Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay
Boston Children’s Hospital
Boston Ground Water Trust
Boston Healthcare Careers Consortium
Boston Public Health Commission
Boston Planning and Development Agency
Boston Temple SDA Church
Boston Tenant Coalition
Brigham & Women’s Hospital
Burbank Apartments Tenant Association
Cambridge College
Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation
Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association
Chinese Progressive Association
City Life/Vida Urbana
Commonwealth Workforce Coalition
Dimock Center
Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative
Fair Foods
Emerald Necklace Conservancy
Fensgate Cooperative
Fenway Alliance
Fenway Civic Association
Fenway Community Center
Fenway Family Coalition
Fenway Health
Greater Boston Legal Services
Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Holy Trinity Orthodox Church
The Hyams Foundation

Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Dev. Corp.
Jewish Vocational Services
JobNet/The Work Place
JP Tree of Life
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
The Longwood Collective
Martha Elliot Health Center
Mayor’s Office of Housing
Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development
Massachusetts Alliance of HUD Tenants
Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations
Northeastern Crossing
Northeastern University
One Family Scholars Program
Operation P.E.A.C.E.
Peterborough Senior Center
People’s United Bank
Project Hope
Right to The City Boston
Roxbury Community College
Saint Cecilia Parish Church
Simmons College
South End Community Health Center
South End Neighborhood Service Center
Susan Bailis Assisted Living
TD Bank
Timothy Smith Network
Training Inc.
United South End Settlements
Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts
United Way of Mass. Bay & Merrimack Valley
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Whittier Street Health Center
YMCA Huntington
YMCA International Learning Center