Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation celebrates its 34th
Anniversary with a Fundraiser on Thursday, April 25, 2013. The goal is
traise $100,000 tsupport work in economic development, community
organizing, home ownership and rental housing.
part of the April 25th agenda, Dorchester Bay will highlight some of
their award winning projects including their methodology. Discussion
will cover current opportunities and challenges for the City,
Dorchester and Dorchester Bay EDC.
- Jim Doyle, former Governor of Wisconsin, will be honored
- Governor Deval Patrick has been invited tbe the keynote speaker.
Sponsorship opportunities range from $500.00 t$15,000.00.
Sponsors are welcome tallocate their donations tspecifc programs:
- Where the need is greatest
- Affordable Housing Development
- Community Organizing
- Community Development
- Youth Programming
- Small Business Development
- Computer Training & Job Linkage
- Home Improvement & Deleading loans for unbankable homeowners
- Re-entry Program
Past Sponsors include TSG Equity Partners, LLC., Citizens Bank, Bank of
America, Boston Private Bank, Maloney Properties, Massachusetts Housing
Investment Corporation, Vertec Corporation, United Housing Management,
Goodwin Procter, Edwards Angell Palmer and Dodge, Massachusetts
Convention Center Authority, Nixon Peabody, LLP, MassHousing, The
Narrow Gate, and more.
For more information on the fundraiser, gttheir website: http://www.dbedc.org
|Dorchester Bay EDC's 34th Anniversary
"Investing in Community Transformation" Fundraiser
Thursday, April 25, 2013
6:00 p.m. Reception – 7:00p.m. Program
Boston College High School
150 William T. Morrissey Boulevard
Dorchester, MA 02125
Honoring Jim Doyle, Former Governor of Wisconsin
Governor Deval Patrick, Massachusetts, Invited as keynote speaker.
Wine, beer, soft drinks, heavy hors d'oeuvres.
More about Dorchester Bay
Over the past 34 years Dorchester Bay has provided homeownership and
rental housing across all income levels. In the commercial arena,
they have brought new jobs tthe neighborhood, given support tsmall
businesses and, through their organizing and leadership development
work, they have helped tbuild new leaders in the community.
Dorchester Bay EDC is a non-profit community development corporation
helping tbuild a strong, diverse, and thriving community in the
neighborhoods of Dorchester and Roxbury.
|Posted: February 26, 2013 Nancy J Conrad
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