Partners and Supporters

We are deeply grateful to our many partners who have worked with us to accomplish our shared objectives. We could not carry out our mission without their support, and would like to thank all those who contribute to our success, including:


Archdiocesan Partners and Religious Organizations:

Community Action for Better Housing, Fall River
Holy Family Parish, Dorchester
Most Precious Blood Parish, Hyde Park
Salem Catholic Collaborative, Salem
St. Cecilia Parish, Boston
St. James & St. John the Baptist Parishes, Haverhill
St. Mary's Center for Women and Children, Dorchester
St. Mary of the Assumption Parish, Brookline
St. Mary Parish, Waltham
St. Theresa of Lisieux Parish, Billerica
Sisters of Charity of Ottawa, Lowell
Sisters of Jesus Crucified, Brockton


Private Sector Partners:

Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Eastern Bank
Haverhill Bank, Haverhill
Highland Street Connection
Home Funders
Hyde Park Cooperative Bank
Pentucket Bank, Haverhill
Rockland Trust
Rockport Mortgage
State Street Corporation


Public Sector Partners:

U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development
Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
MassDevelopment
Massachusetts Historic Commission
MassHousing
Massachusetts Housing Partnership
MetroWest
National Park Service
North Shore HOME Consortium
Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation
Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston
Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta
City of Boston
City of Haverhill
City of Lynn
City of Salem
City of Worcester
Town of Billerica
Town of Hanover


Development Partners/Co-sponsors:

Cardinal Cushing Centers
Caribbean Integration Community Development
EA Fish Associates
Greater Haverhill Foundation
Keen Development Corporation
Lynn Housing & Community Development
Pine Street Inn
St. Francis House

The images and videos on our website appear courtesy of photographers: Robert Benson, Greig Cranna, Barry Friswald, Phil Hailer, Richard Johnson, George Martell, Bruce T. Martin, Robert O'Malley, and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston; and videographers Todd Krupa and HC Media.