Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) empowers Asians and new immigrants to build healthy families, achieve greater economic success, and contribute to thriving communities by providing a broad range of innovative and family-centered programs and services to more than 13,000 children, youth, and adults annually.
Boston Emergency Medical Services (Boston EMS) is a recognized leader in emergency medical service and the largest municipal EMS in New England. The primary mission of BEMS is responding to medical emergencies, but they also serve the city through emergency planning and preparedness, injury prevention, and community education.
Common Good Co-op aims to create environments of health for lower-resourced women of color in working-class families through peer-led small business development and innovation. Through economic development models based in systems of access to fresh hyperlocal healthy foods, innovation, and place-making, Common Good Co-op applies a lens focused on gender, class, and culture to join women across our region in seeding health, community, and belonging, for us all.
Community Action Programs Inter-City Inc. (CAPIC) works to eradicate the root causes of poverty in Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop by identifying and addressing the needs of individuals and families through partnerships, advocacy, and community engagement. Their mission is to empower community members to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency, assisting an average of 14,000 low-income individuals and families annually.
Latino Support Network works collaboratively with residents, community-based organizations, local government, and others in the city of Lynn to create affordable housing and provide pathways to increase home ownership, aiming to create greater wealth in the community. Their mission is to provide resources and to serve as a connector to support the integration process of the Latino community and other immigrant communities in the United States.