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Rabbi Abraham Halbfinger and Charlesview Charitable Fund Makes First Round of Grants.
The new charitable fund established by Charlesview, Inc. last spring awarded $110,000 to five local organizations in a ceremony at the Josephine A. Fiorentino Community Center on Wednesday, November 12.
Charlesview Residences Gets “2014 Communities of Quality – Outstanding Turnaround of a Troubled Property Award” by the New England Affordable Housing Management Association.
The NEAHMA Communities of Quality Awards honor the achievements of affordable housing providers who make an unprecedented contribution to developing outstanding properties for families of modest means. The COQ Awards recognize outstanding property-management companies that demonstrate the highest possible quality of safe, affordable housing for lower-income families at particular sites. Charlesview…
Charlesview Resident Sony Saintil Receives Scholarship from Brighton Board of Trade
Charlesview, Inc. is happy to announce to the community that one of our own – Charlesview resident Sony Saintil, a former YMCA member, now YMCA employee, recently was a recipient of the 2014 Brighton Board of Trade Scholarship. Read more
Stand University for Parents Holds Graduation Ceremony for Parents at Josephine A. Fiorentino Community Center
On Wednesday, May 28th, Stand University for Parents (Stand UP) — an 8-week workshop for families focused on becoming more engaged in their children’s’ education — held a graduation ceremony for parents in the Allston-Brighton community.
Annual Allston-Brighton Legislators’ Breakfast and Awards Ceremony Featured in Harvard Gazette
See the Gazette story: Finding their voices: Community Outreach and praise dominate annual Allston-Brighton Legislators’ Breakfast And don’t miss the photos from the breakfast!
Charlesview Residents Recognized by Mayor Walsh as Fair Housing Poster Contest Winners
See the awards video here! Two young residents of Charlesview recently were recognized by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh as winners of a poster contest sponsored by the City’s Fair Housing Commission. At a special ceremony at Boston City Hall, 14-year-old Winnie Mei and 16-year-old Marco Maurus were among eight other…
Healthy Cooking Class Program
Participate!Charlesview residents and members of the community recently enjoyed a new program – a Healthy Cooking Class – coordinated by the Joseph Smith Health Center as part of its wellness program. Facilitated by Healthy Waltham, the six-week long workshop, which met once a week for three hours, involved an overview…
Charlesview, Inc. Announces a New Charitable Fund and Grants for Nonprofit Organizations Working in Allston-Brighton
Charlesview, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of a new charitable fund, The Rabbi Abraham Halbfinger and Charlesview Charitable Fund, named in memory of a founding board director. Inspired by the shared values and long-term commitment and collaboration among Charlesview Inc.’s managing congregations − Congregation Kadimah Toras-Moshe, St. Anthony’s…
MLK Day Celebration
More than a hundred residents and community members joined Charlesview, Inc. at the Josephine A. Fiorentino Community Center last night to listen to readings, sing, and have refreshments in honor of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King.
Ginny LaCrow appointed Josephine A. Fiorentino Community Center Coordinator
Charlesview, Inc. has announced the appointment of Virginia (Ginny) LaCrow to head up the new Josephine A. Fiorentino Community Center in Brighton. Ms. LaCrow comes to the Community Center with a strong background and experience as a program coordinator, career specialist, and job coach. Most recently she served as career…