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Community Involvement

BREC actively seeks out partnerships with people and organizations in the communities where we work. In 2021 we are proud to partner with and support the following organizations.


An interactive program for elementary students that uses improvisational theater to teach violence prevention, conflict resolution, and decision-making. 

A sports-based youth enrichment program located in Boston and Lawrence. They use the sport of squash, along with academic support and community service to improve the lives of our youth and expose them to opportunities. 

The Worcester Square Area Neighborhood Association is a community organization in Boston.  Worcester Square is also part of the historic South End of Boston and is the home of the Boston University Medical Center, formerly Boston City Hospital.

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Enjoy your favorite classic movies, great food, drinks, family, and friends! The Nubian Summer Drive-In is a collaboration between Grove Hall NDC, the City of Boston, Madison Park Development Corporation, All Aces, Mass Vote, Friends of Melnea Cass.

The Healthy Baby/Healthy Child Program is a community-based program designed to promote infant survival, positive birth outcomes, oral health, and family unity. The program provides home visiting to pregnant and parenting families in Boston.

Rogerson servers Greater Boston families through facilities and programs providing independence and longevity to the community. Their mission is to alleviate greater Boston’s housing crisis by raising public awareness, building properties to meet the accelerating need, and partnering with other nonprofits. 

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Through collaboration with residents, local businesses, developers, plus public and private agencies, our mission is to make Nubian Square a vibrant and inclusive commercial district that supports local and minority businesses, creates jobs for local residents and engages the community.

YouthBuild Boston (YBB) was founded in 1990 with the goal of providing underserved young people with the support and credentials needed to successfully enter the construction and design industry. Our Mission is to empower and assist underserved young people from the Boston area with the essential skills they need. 

USES offers programs that support the whole family in achieving economic mobility. They help parents and caregivers develop their own capacity to reach their goals, increase their income and assets, and connect with new networks of people through One-on-One Coaching combined with opportunities for personal development.

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