Flats Community Clean Up

Leading by example local community members, educators and service providers organize to educate the community on the importance of keeping the streets clean and taking pride in our communities.

January 12th – First Flats Mobile Food Bank of 2018

Our partnership with the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts continues in 2018.  The Mobile Food Bank at the Corner of Mosher and North Bridge Streets in Holyoke happens on the Second and Fourth Fridays of each month, from 1 pm to 1:45 pm.  Check our Facebook Page

2nd Annual Holyoke Community Dinner

December 6, 2017 at Kelly school (216 West Street)                                                                                            The 2nd Annual Holyoke Community Dinner was a huge success! 

On December 6th 2017 at the local community school (Kelly) OneHolyoke in collaboration with community partners hosted a family gathering. We here at OneHolyoke would like to Thank all community sponsors, volunteers and guests that took time out of their daily schedule to assist in making this event possible. Our mission at OneHolyoke states that every resident of Holyoke should live in a dignified home and a safe, attractive neighborhood.  Everything One Holyoke Community Development Corporation does is intended to help fulfill that need.

OneHolyoke Serves Entire City with Community Development Mission

Thank you MassLive and The Republican for this profile of our Community Development Corporation. Please read about our Learning in Place initiative and other work we are doing in Holyoke.

Olde Holyoke Corporation creates new home on Beech Street

HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – The Olde Holyoke Development Corporation has worked its magic once again.

With a lot of work and effort, an eyesore of a property on Beech Street has been converted into a new home that’s now up for sale.  It’s the key to the development corporation’s home ownership program.

Olde Holyoke Development Corp. now OneHolyoke CDC

HOLYOKE — Olde Holyoke Development Corp. will now be called OneHolyoke CDC  to better reflect its service to the most challenged neighborhoods in Holyoke and its commitment to best practices in the field of community development, according to a news release.