To learn more follow the link below.The Community Building
Para obtener más información, haga clic a continuación.Séptima Cena Comunitaria de Holyoke.
Our Mobile Food Bank delivers a truck full of free fresh and non-perishable groceries from our warehouse directly to a community site for immediate distribution to residents. The program reaches under-served populations throughout western Massachusetts that don’t have access to healthy foods, including families, seniors and children.Click Here
We want to model the value of reading by city leaders, community influencers, and residents of all types and descriptions who read for pleasure, professional advancement, and personal growth.Learn More
Do it for you, your family, and your community.
Hágalo por usted, por su familia, y la comunidad.More Information
With our new initiative, Stay Safe Holyoke, we start the winter season with a focus on keeping our community healthy!More Information
Every resident of Holyoke should live in a dignified home and a safe, attractive neighborhood. Everything OneHolyoke CDC does is intended to help fulfill that need.About Us Real Estate Development Community Engagement
OneHolyoke CDC is committed to providing quality, affordable housing to residents in the City of Holyoke. Our properties range from older, renovated structures to recently built, smaller contemporary units. Our apartments serve residents in the Flats, Church Hill, South Holyoke and Highland areas of Holyoke.Learn More
OneHolyoke CDC has a particular focus on the value of home ownership, both for the families we serve and for the social and financial well-being of the City of Holyoke. In four decades we have built over 160 units of housing, increasing the taxable value of otherwise blighted and neglected lots.Learn More
The Neighborhood Improvement Program (NIP) provides incentives in the form of rebates to assist Holyoke homeowners with funds to make needed home improvements. NIP is one of the oldest Community Development Block Grant-funded programs in the United States, created by an act of the Holyoke City Council in 1975. Over 2,800 grants have been processed to date.Learn More