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CHAPA Lunch and Green Housing Talk

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Join Mike Davis, Senior Program Officer in charge of our Green Retrofit Initiative, for a CHAPA Young Professionals brown bag lunch on Wednesday, January 18, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. REGISTER.

18 Tremont Street
Suite 401


Fairmount Indigo Neighborhood Community Forum

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We are getting closer to the Corridor-Wide Community Forum. Members of the design teams have been hard at work planning the activities and WE NEED YOUR HELP to get the word out! 
1) Volunteers: We need many volunteers for the day of to help with set up, serve as ushers, co-facilitate and assist with clean up
2) Outreach and Mobilization: Spread the word to your networks, Pass out and post flyers to your community members, make phone calls and notify your stakeholders and partners.
3) PREREGISTER: Have everyone sign up on Eventbrite. This helps us plan for activities and for food. Please make sure you register also.
4) Are You Hosting An Info Table? Let us know ASAP so we can reserve the right amount of tables and chairs.
Questions? Contact Allentza Michel, Fairmount Indigo Network Coordinator.

We're Moving!

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As of December 3, our new address will be:

LISC Boston

75 Kneeland Street, Suit 1102

Boston, MA 02111

Visit our staff directory for updated telephone extensions.


Richard Thal on #LISCLeads Conference

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Two weeks ago, our friend and colleague Richard Thal (Executive Director of JPNDC and LISC Boston Local Advisory Board member) joined us at the LISC National Leadership a Conference in Houston, Texas. He was joined by his colleague Donayda Salomon, a LISC Boston AmeriCorps alum.  Here are Richard's thoughts on the conference:
I was invited since I am the CDC representative to the Boston LISC local advisory board. LISC's national office chose 10 exemplary alumnae of their AmeriCorps program and we should be proud (though not surprised!) that they included Donayda in that select group. She and I joined approximately 250 people from around the country at the conference.
Two themes were most prominent during the two days we spent together. The first was transition, both with the prospect of a new President of the United States and with the recent arrival of a new CEO to LISC, replacing the person who had served 17 years in that position. Everyone who ventured an opinion agreed that our country will be facing a period of great uncertainty in the coming months and numerous participants expressed concern about policy and budget priorities that could harm many people in the communities we serve. (Parenthetically, you may be heartened by poll data that a well-known national pollster shared at Wednesday's closing session- when asked what should happen to undocumented immigrants, 70% of Americans favored setting in a motion a process to grant them legal status, while 25% favored deporting them to their home countries.)

Giving Tuesday

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Tomorrow on Giving Tuesday, join LISC’s work to build stronger communities for all. Your contributions support work with organizations and individuals across the country to preserve affordable housing; increase access to good paying jobs; support small business; and create safer, healthier communities. Make sure to select "Boston LISC" from the drop-down menu to designate your gift to our work in Boston and across Massachusetts.



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