Healthy Homes

2015-2019 Goal: 400 new or preserved homes
Progress: 171 new homes completed

TND continued to strengthen our communities by creating or preserving 81 homes. 39 new apartments for seniors at One Beach and four for young parents at Lewis Latimer Place were completed. Via the TND Homes I project, 38 homes were rehabbed.  TND is at 43% of our strategic goal for 2015-2019, with $34.6 million invested in quality affordable homes. At the end of 2016, TND had 389 apartments in our portfolio, a 29% increase since 2015 benefiting 1,000 residents.

 

Snapshot

1,000 TND Residents
389 Affordable Apartments
$35 Million Invested

 

 

REVERE’S ONE BEACH

With the completion of One Beach, The Neighborhood Developers joins downtown Revere’s ongoing revitalization.  The attractive and modern four-story building features 39 apartments, a fitness room and large community room to host residents’ events, TND programs and public gatherings. During 2016, TND launched its in-house resident services program with the seniors at One Beach benefiting from support for social, healthy and independent living. 

 

Engaged Neighbors

2015-2019 Goal: TND membership increased to 3,000
Progress: 1,912 members up from 1,141

In 2016, 1,424 individuals engaged in social and civic programming. Leadership trainings, safety walks, a series of youth- and law-enforcement basketball pick-up games, BBQs, and cultural celebrations were among the many resident-led events. In Chelsea, the Community Enhancement Team met monthly with city officials to identify local beautification issues, building community and city accountability for getting the big and small things done.  Resident services was launched, connecting TND’s residents with resources. In Revere, the Shirley Avenue Urban Trail was launched linking neighborhood amenities.

2016 Community Engagement Snapshot

1,912 TND Members
144 Neighborhood Leaders
540 Civically Engaged
157 at Safety Walks or Events
4,016 Total Attendance
116 at Neighborhood Cleanups

 

Financial Mobility

2015-2019 Goal: Annually 30% multi-service clients
Progress: 23% multi-service

CONNECT offers the services of five agencies working to improve the financial mobility of low-income families. In 2016, Health Starts At Home was launched; now MGH Chelsea and Roca refer housing-insecure families to CONNECT for income and housing stabilization supports. The Construction Skills Training Pilot encouraged women and minorities to enter into the field. 

 

 

Snapshot

2,909    Employment Services
1,463    Financial Education and Services
520    Income and Housing Stabilization
273    Skill Development
 

Celebrating 10 years of VITA

Celebrating 10 years of VITA

 

Deep Partnerships

2015-2019 Goal: Strengthen cross-sector endeavors
Progress: Chelsea Thrives matures 

TND invests deeply in our partnerships. Through Chelsea Thrives, TND stewards multi-party programming focused on improving safety. With 70 private and public sector institutions working in conjunction with nearly 600 residents, Thrives is making progress on multiple fronts to change the systems affecting social drivers of crime and sense of safety. 
 

Fostering Youth Opportunity

The Youth Opportunity Task Force was created in early 2016 to focus on youth risk and opportunity. It created a series of recommendations for policy and programmatic responses to expand youth programming and support youth and family resiliency. The committee of 35 is comprised equally of youth, their parents, and representatives from municipal and non-profit agencies. Early outcomes: Chelsea formed a Parks and Recreation Department; basketball pick-up game series piloted; CPD to launch Overcoming Violence for all 7th graders.

 

2016 Supporters

$250,000+

NeighborWorks America

$100,000+

Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
The Boston Foundation
United Way Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley

$50,000+

Abha and Anil Singhal
Anonymous Donor
Boston Local Initiatives Support Corporation
City of Chelsea
Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development

$25,000+

Charles H. Farnsworth Charitable Trust
Citizens Bank
Clowes Fund
Cummings Foundation
Herman and Frieda L. Miller Foundation
NEI General Contracting
Santander Bank
The Hyams Foundation

$10,000+

Boston University Economic Empowerment Fund
Clipper Ship Foundation
Eastern Salt Company, Inc. 


 

$500+

AAFCPAs
Boston Consulting Group
Children’s Mercy Hospital
Janet McCormick
Rachel Scott
Susan Scott
The Life Initiative
Utile, Inc.
William Willis

$100+

Anuradha Desai and Michael Sheridan
Beauty on the Beach
Carol Tye
F. Garguilo
Gerald McCue
H. A. Anderson
Ira Novoselsky
Joan and James Abbot
Lee and Louis Turner
Phouthanome Phoubaykham
Raina’s Hair Design Studio
SEIU Local 888
Tedeschi Food Shops

$1-$99

Chris Norris and Scott Bartley
Correne George
Janeth Erazo
Joseph and Terry Englen
Lisa Santagate
Kristen Janjar
Mayra Ventura
Nathaniel Schorr
Nina Wasserman
Quynh Chi Vo
Techrosette Leng
Thomas Davis
Janeth Erazo

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$5,000+

Boston EITC Coalition
Boston Private
Global Partners LP
Klein Hornig LLP
People’s United Community Foundation
TD Charitable Foundation
UMass Medical School

$2,500+

Chelsea Community Fund
Metro North Regional Employment Board
William Morrison

$1,000+

Alice Murillo
Andy Koines
Barbara and Luke Salisbury
Charlene Bauer
D’Ambrosio Brown LLP
Diane Gordon and David Koven
Dolby Match Program
Eagle Bank
Eastern Bank
Ellen and Joel Shoner
Esther Schlorholtz and Joseph Hunter
Gregory Bialecki
Irwin Engineers, Inc.
Michael Martin
Mimi and Jeffrey Callum
Orlando Jaquez and Danielle Forinato
Peter Hollands and Lisa Bouchard
Peter Munkenbeck
Tracy and Paul Klein
George H. and Jane A. Mifflin Memorial Fund
Harold and Kelly Kalick
Lincoln and Therese Filene Foundation
Metro Credit Union
North Suburban Consortium

 

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