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Missionary Association Of Haitian IncService provider MAHC/COGICFACEBROOK
1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers EastWe are a healthcare workers union. Many of our Boston-based members are new immigrants to this country.
ABCD Citywide Boston Hispanic CenterThe goal of the Citywide Hispanic Center is to help low-income families and individuals in Boston’s Hispanic/ Latino community to become self-sufficient. The BHC accomplishes this goal by providing a wide range of vital services consisting of community education, information and referrals, with a special focus on social services and advocacy.
ABCD Citywide Boston Hispanic Centerfuel asst, on-line foodstamp and masshealth applications, summerwors for youths applications, food pantries referral, housing referrals and advocacy
ABCD South Side Head Start Adult ESOL ProgramFree community-based program offers four levels of free ESOL instruction for low to moderate income immigrants. Also offer childcare and other support services.
ACCION USAACCION USA is a nonprofit, community-based organization whose mission is to improve the lives of low and moderate-income individuals in the United States by providing credit and other financial services. ACCION USA provides loans between $500 – $25,000 for small businesses and we offer free financial literacy seminars throughout the Greater Boston area.
AES World Languages and Cultures Institute (AWLCI)AES World Languages and Cultures Institute (AWLCI) was founded in 2010 to address the lack of communication and understanding between community members that leads to poor medical attention and legal representation, underemployment, and cultural conflict within communities. In 2012, the organization launched a flagship series of language classes for community members that focused on Mandarin Chinese, Italian, and Spanish. Since the launch of these programs, AWLCI has taught over 500 students, hosted more than 90 multicultural events, and built a network of over 2,000 language learners and cultural enthusiasts. In 2015, AWLCI changed the focus of its programs away from community language courses, towards ESOL classes and targeted language instruction in collaboration with community partners.
Agencia ALPHAWe educate, provide social service and advocate for the inmigrant community in Boston.
alienaid, inc.alienaid is a charitable and educational 501(c)(3) organization that accompanies international students on their journey in the U.S., offering the resources and support they need to succeed as they navigate the challenges that come with their immigration status, from before they step foot in the country through graduation and beyond.
Allston Brighton Community Development CorporationAllston Brighton Community Development Corporation engages neighborhood residents in an on-going process of shaping and carrying out a common vision of a diverse and stable community in the face of sustained economic pressures. That vision is evident in community-led projects that protect and create affordable housing, create greenspace, foster a healthy local economy, provide avenues for economic self-sufficiency, and increase understanding among and between our neighborhood’s diverse residents.
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