David Queeley, director of eco-innovation for the Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation, said that it is his team’s mission to be actively anti-racist and equitable by ensuring that everyone has ... Read more
Resident leadership development is essential to the work CSNDC’s Community Organizing & Resident Resources department (CORR) is engaged in and is to critical building community-based power and exacting positive change ... Read more
When we center community, ground ourselves in justice and water the seeds of resilience, good things grow. This has been the story of OASIS (Opportunity, Affirmation, Sustainability, Inspiration, Success) on Ballou Farm ... Read more
CSNDC is thrilled to announce that we have launched our new Green Infrastructure Training & Certification Program and seven graduates of the inaugural class took the certification exam on November ... Read more
In addition to expanding economic opportunity for all Black and New Majority-owned businesses, all applicants will have full access to resources available on the Hello Alice platform, which includes small ... Read more
The Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) has approved two new fully-affordable housing projects proposed to be built by Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation (CSNDC) in Dorchester. The two buildings ... Read more
“The rodents were the biggest reason we wanted our own house,” recalls Ann Marie Kennedy-Horton. At the time, she and her husband Karl had been renting a two-bedroom apartment in Codman Square for seven years.
At the heart of everything Minding Your Mind does are conversations focused on personal stories about lived experiences—they introduce us to new perspectives, educate us on different subjects, and connect ... Read more
“I wasn’t looking for a platform, but I guess that’s kind of what’s developing on a small scale, thanks to CSNDC” says Reggie Stewart, a 42-year-old social justice activist and father of five who lives in Codman Square.