Give the gift of thriving neighborhoods and end displacement
Every other day someone in Chelsea, Everett, and Revere—the communities that TND serves—gets evicted from their home. Evictions are most likely to occur when households fall behind in rent. Since the recession ended, the cost of housing has dramatically increased while salaries have not risen apace. In Everett, for example, over the last eight years, rental rates have increased close to 30%.
Imagine the disruptions to work, school, and everyday life due to one or more forced moves in a year. Neighborhoods with a lot of resident turnover suffer other challenges such as a lack of access to good employment and working conditions. They also experience more violence, chronic health issues, social isolation, and less civic engagement. Housing instability harms people’s ability to succeed.
A gift to TND creates homes, community, and opportunity in Chelsea, Revere and Everett.
Please donate by clicking below- as a 501(c)3 nonprofit, your donation is tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.
Use Community Investment Tax Credits
Make a gift to TND and get half of your donation back!
How It Works!
Donations of $1,000 or more made to The Neighborhood Developers earn half of your donation back as either a state tax credit or a check. Federal deductions also apply making the value of your donation go even further. Tax credits are available while supplies last. If you have any questions please contact Heather Vieira at firstname.lastname@example.org 617-545-8325.
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Where can your donation go?
$50.00-Movie night at Spencer Green (one of TND’s homes)
$100.00- All supplies for a large neighborhood cleanup
$1,000.00- A year of coaching services for a CONNECT client who is ready to work hard towards financial health and well-being.
$2,500- All appliances for one TND home
$5,000-Painting an entire 2-bedroom home
$10,000- A 3-month intensive ESL class with wrap-around supportive services for 12 future American citizens
*based on estimates
The Neighborhood Developers is grateful to our donors for their generous support.
Abha and Anil Singhal
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Boston Tax Help Coalition
Boston Private Bank and Trust
Bunker Hill Community College
Chelsea Community Fund
Chelsea Housing Authority
City of Chelsea
Clipper Ship Foundation
Cummings Foundation $100K for 100
East Cambridge Savings Bank
Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
George H. and Jane A. Mifflin Memorial Fund
Global Oil LP
Herman and Frieda L. Miller Foundation
Insource Services, Inc
Irwin Engineers, Inc.
Klein Hornig LLP
Lincoln & Therese Filene Foundation
MA Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development
MA Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development
MA Department of Housing and Community Development
Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation
Massachusetts Housing Partnership
Massachusetts Mortgage Bankers Foundation
Massachusetts Service Alliance
Metro Credit Union
MassHire Metro North Workforce Employment Board
National Lumber Company
NEI General Contracting
North Suburban Consortium
People’s United Community Foundation of Eastern MA
Republic Services Charitable Foundation
Superior Plumbing & Heating
TD Charitable Foundation
The Architectural Team
The Boston Foundation
The Hyams Foundation
UMASS Medical School
United Way of Massachusetts Bay & Merrimack Valley
US Department of Justice, Byrne Grants
US Department of Justice, OJJDP