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2002/2003 Charities
  1. Action for Post-Soviet Jewry
  2. Apple Tree Arts
  3. Arts & Business Council
  4. Association for Gravestone Studies
  5. Boston Arts Academy
  6. Boston Collegiate Charter School
  7. Boston Foundation for Sight
  8. Boston Neighborhood Network
  9. Cambridge Performance Project
  10. Cancer House of Hope
  11. Canines for Disabled Kids
  12. Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival
  13. Caribbean Foundation of Boston
  14. Catalogue for Philanthropy
  15. Charlestown Lacrosse and Learning Center
  16. Chelsea Neighborhood Housing Services
  17. City Stage Co.
  18. CityKicks
  19. Community Therapeutic Day School
  20. Conservatory Lab Charter School
  21. Coolidge Corner Theatre Foundation
  22. Diabetes Association
  23. Emerald Necklace Conservancy
  24. Family Center
  25. FCD Educational Services
  26. Girls Incorporated® of Holyoke
  27. Hale Barnard Services for Older People
  28. HarborCOV
  29. Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled
  30. Higgins Armory Museum
  31. Holden School
  32. Images and Education
  33. Immigrant Learning Center
  34. Institute for Human Centered Design (formerly Adaptive Environments)
  35. Irish Immigration Center
  36. Jane Doe Inc.
  37. Lesson One Company
  38. Lowell Association for the Blind
  39. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences
  40. Massachusetts Archaelogical Society
  41. Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium
  42. Massachusetts Recycling Coalition
  43. Merrimack Valley Housing Partnership
  44. My Brother’s Table
  45. New England Learning Center for Women in Transition
  46. New England Light Opera
  47. New England Wildlife Center
  48. Northampton Community Music Center
  49. Northeast Wilderness Search & Rescue
  50. ONE Lowell
  51. Operation Outreach USA
  52. Organizers’ Collaborative
  53. Partakers
  54. Partnership of the Historic Bostons
  55. Pathways to Wellness
  56. Piers Park Sailing Center
  57. Prisoners' Legal Services (formerly Massachusetts Correctional Legal Services)
  58. Progeria Research Foundation
  59. Puppet Showplace Theatre
  60. Salem Harbor CDC
  61. Silent Spring Institute
  62. South Shore Natural Science Center
  63. Starlight Children’s Foundation of New England
  64. Tenacity
  65. Tower Hill Botanic Garden
  66. Trinitarian Congregational Church Designated Haiti Program
  67. United for a Fair Economy
  68. VHL Family Alliance
  69. Victory Programs
  70. Visiting Nurse Association of Boston Foundation
  71. W.I.S.H. House
  72. Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater
  73. Women Entrepreneurs in Science & Technology
  74. WorldBoston

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Chelsea Neighborhood Housing Services

CONTACT:

4 Gerrish Ave.
Chelsea, MA 02150
617-889-1375
www.chelseand.org

Ann Houston, Executive Director

Donate Now to Chelsea Neighborhood Housing Services

DESCRIPTION:

CHNS was founded in 1979 by Chelsea residents, city officials, and local lending institutions, to revitalize declining or down-and-out neighborhoods through home repair loans — another partnership between philanthropy and government. Today it is a "full service" community development corporation. What does this mean? What it really means for real people is that CHNS is a problem-solver on behalf of the community, enhancing individuals' and families' quality-of-life in ways that also strengthen the Chelsea community. One example: an elderly homeowner's pipes froze and she didn't think she could afford a plumber. For two years she carried gallon jugs of water into her home, and stayed at her daughter's on weekends. Her plight was discovered by a human services agency, brought to CNHS, and they restored running water to her home, put together a loan package that renovated three apartments in her building, found reliable tenants for those units, and managed the property so that the owner's monthly occupancy costs are below $200 and she has more income to live on. In over 20 years, CNHS has renovated more than 125 units, provided over 250 loans to "unbankable" borrowers, and managed more than 110 affordable rental units for low- and moderate-income tenants. With your support as a new donor, it could do much more. Check it out.

(2002: HUMAN SERVICES: Well-Being)

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