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Buy Amazing Toys and help Create a Job For A local Youth!

SoChange in partnership with the JP Youth Employment Collaborative (Southern JP Heath Center, JP Neighborhood Development Corporation, Tenn Empowerment & others) have launched a new challenge that will help to support a local business while creating a job training opportunity for a young person. All you have to do is purchase a gift certificate to Boing! (or more than one) and the money will be used to fund a position for a young person.Visit below link to purchase a gift cert & for…See More
Aug 8, 2011
Kyle Robidoux posted an event

Faces & Places of Affordable Housing launch event at First Baptist Church

June 23, 2011 from 11am to 12pm
 The launch is for The Faces and Places of Affordable Housing, a collaborative campaign using research, advertising, public relations and organizing to raise public awareness and stimulate civic leadership on behalf of affordable housing in Boston. As home ownership and rental prices keep Boston one of the most expensive housing markets in the US, and force countless families to choose between paying the rent and putting food on the table, the creation and preservation of affordable homes…See More
Jun 22, 2011
Kyle Robidoux posted a discussion

JPNDC Annual Meeting-tonight 5/25/11

Everyone is invited to the Annual Meeting of the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation. Join us for community awards, dinner, updates and conversation about challenges and success stories in JP today. Childcare and Spanish interpreter will be provided.Our Lady of Lourdes Parsih Hall-45 Brookside Ave6:00 to 9:00PMWe will honor a number of JP folks including Luis Gonzalez from Crystal Fruit, City Feed & Supply, Ramona Gonzalez, and the South Street Youth Center.See More
May 26, 2011
Christina Kim liked Kyle Robidoux's blog post Construction work to resume in Jax Square-temp. disruption to SW Corridor Path
Mar 23, 2011
Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) commented on Kyle Robidoux's blog post Construction work to resume in Jax Square-temp. disruption to SW Corridor Path
"Thanks for posting this Kyle!"
Mar 22, 2011
Kyle Robidoux posted a blog post

Construction work to resume in Jax Square-temp. disruption to SW Corridor Path

Pathway%20flyer%20letterhead%203_22%20final.pdfPlease contact me at krobidoux@jpndc.org or 522-2424 w/ any questions about the construction.As part of the Jackson Square Redevelopment Initiative, the infrastructure improvement work will continue this spring. Work will be done at the intersection of Lamartine and Centre Streets that will include portions of the SW Corridor bike and…See More
Mar 22, 2011
Josh Muncey liked Kyle Robidoux's blog post JP Community Leadership Academy
Mar 21, 2011
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Mar 19, 2011

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Construction work to resume in Jax Square-temp. disruption to SW Corridor Path

Posted on March 22, 2011 at 2:20pm 1 Comment

Pathway%20flyer%20letterhead%203_22%20final.pdf

Please contact me at krobidoux@jpndc.org or 522-2424 w/ any questions about the construction.

As part of the Jackson Square Redevelopment Initiative, the infrastructure improvement work will continue this spring. Work will be done at the intersection of Lamartine and Centre Streets that will include portions of the SW…

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JP Community Leadership Academy

Posted on March 16, 2011 at 11:57am 0 Comments

Do you want to make a difference in your community? Learn from experienced organizers in the 2011 JP Community Leadership Academy.  In five interactive workshops, participants will build practical skills to strengthen their own leadership styles. Learn more and meet some of last year’s graduates at our Open… Continue

Fulfill the Promise-support the Arborway Yard

Posted on February 23, 2011 at 1:34pm 0 Comments

We need your help to reach our goal of 500 letters. Please read below and send in a letter by this Sunday, February 27th.

Want a Vibrant Alternative to the

'Temporary' Bus Facility on Washington Street?

Tell the MBTA to fulfill its promise!

Help bring homes, small businesses and green space to the

Arborway Yard!

Ten years ago, the MBTA made a commitment to the…

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