Atención Residentes de OneHolyoke
En el mes de Julio 2021, si usted trae la tarjeta de vacunación del COVID-19, OneHolyoke CDC lo pondrá a usted en una rifa y 5 residentes serán escogidos para descontarle $300 del alquiler para el mes de agosto 2021. Si tiene alguna pregunta por favor comuníquese con Nayroby Rosa al 413-409-2004, o con Aida al 413-533-7101. #VacúnateHolyoke
Attention OneHolyoke Residents
Holyoke, Trust the Facts get the Vax!
In the month of July 2021, if you bring your COVID-19 vaccination card, OneHolyoke CDC will put you in a raffle and 5 residents will be chosen to deduct $ 300 from your rent for the month of August 2021. If you have any questions please contact Nayroby Rosa at 413-409-2004, or Aida at 413-533-7101. Trust the facts get the vax!
OneHolyoke CDC quiere darle las gracias a Pizza D’Action (232 Lyman Street Holyoke) y a Key Food Marketplace (13 Cabot Street Holyoke) por dejarnos usar sus facilidades para ofrecerle la vacuna del COVID-19 a los residentes de Holyoke.
OneHolyoke CDC would like to thank Pizza D’Action (232 Lyman Street Holyoke) and Key Food Marketplace (13 Cabot Street Holyoke) for letting us use their facilities to offer the COVID-19 vaccine to Holyoke residents.
OneHolyoke has been very busy this past few months.
Distributing food for the people in need. Promoting the vaccine. And the #KeepItClean2K21 campaign.
OneHolyoke ha estado bien ocupado estos últimos meses.
Distribuyendo comida a los mas necesitados. Promoviendo la vacuna. Y con la campaña de mantener a Holyoke limpio #KeepItClean2K21.
Winning Raffle Numbers
Here are all the numbers that came up in the raffle.
Congratulations to the following winners!!!
- Target $25 gift cards.
- Barnes & Noble $50 gift card. 878717
- BigY $50 gift card.
- Stop & Shop $25 gift card. 878511
- Yankees fan basket 488292
- Chocolate basket 878575
- Movie Night Basket 878619
- Exercise basket 878774
- Baby Girl Basket 878859
- Womans self care basket 878716
- Baby boy basket 878800
- Laundry basket 878649
- Valley bikes goodies 878748
Welcome to Winter Wonderland
5th Annual Holyoke Community Dinner
Presents Winter Wonderland
The 5th annual community dinner was a success. Thank you to all the volunteers for all the hard work they did on an extremely cold day. Also, we would like to give thanks to all our sponsors.
- Kelly School
- Holyoke Public Schools
- Key Food Marketplace
- Holyoke Police Department
- Hamden County Sheriff Department
- Holyoke Council on Aging
- Caregiver Homes
- Bank ESB
- State Rep Pat Duffy
- State Rep Aaron Vega
- Holyoke Medical Center
- Commonwealth Care Alliance
- TopFlight Nutrition
- Westside Finishing Company
- At Caring
Heart Nursing Services
- HUB International New England, LLC
- MassHire Holyoke
- Roca Inc.
- River Valley Counseling Services
- Blossom Flower, LLC
- Ward 2 City Councilor Terrence Murphy
- Holyoke Tax Services
- Western Mass Elder Care
- Bresnahan Insurance Agency
- Nueva Esperanza
- State Senator John Velis
- Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative
- Homework House
- Holyoke Housing Authority
- Valley Bike
- Holyoke Gas and Electric
- Local Resident Sandy Ward
- Soto Home Care
- Rise Holdings Inc, LLC
- Holyoke Health Center
- Congressman Richard Neal
- Exotica Farms
- City Councilor Terry Murphy
- City of Holyoke, Massachusetts
- BigY Supermarket
- Stop & Shop Supermarket
- Taylor Rental
- The Daniel Escobar Foundation
- A Caring Heart Nursing Home
- City Councilor Gladys Lebron Martinez
- City Councilor Rebecca Lisi
- River Valley Counseling Center
- OneHolyoke and their staff, special thanks to Peter P for the Graphics!
La 5ta Cena Anual comunitaria de Holyoke.
5th Annual Holyoke Community Dinner.
Come to the park!
Over 30 members counted in our Census Pop-up event at Chestnut Park. Thank you to Holyoke Parks and Recreation, City of Holyoke, The May Institute, Gloria’s Ice-cream, Frituras Latinas, and Wayfinders for the great collaboration. OneHolyoke is thankful of its community partners.
Do not forget to do your #2020Census
Thank you Holyoke Media for interviewing our Community Engagement Director, Nayroby Rosa-Soriano about the #KeepItClean2k20 campaign.
OneHolyoke CDC kicked off their #KeepItClean2K20 campaign this weekend from the Flats Community Building.
The no contact Census support Question Assistance Center(QAC)
OneHolyoke CDC will have representatives from the 2020Census to help fill out your census while maintaining social distance and safety guidelines. Free takeaways.
OneHolyoke CDC tendra representantes del 2020Censo para ayudar a la comunidad a llenar el 2020Censo manteniendo distancia social y las quias de su seguridad. Regalando algunaa cositas.
Every Wednesday for the month of July and August. From: 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm.
We Are Back
We are Kicking Off our cleanup this Saturday July 25 2020 from 10am-12pm leaving 43 Canal St. Please email me if you wish to join us at Nayroby.firstname.lastname@example.org. I need to have a count on how many will join. Sign up is still open for those that want to clean on a different week. I can provide supplies and collect trash. Lets all help Holyoke stay clean this summer. #keepitclean2k20
Estamos iniciando nuestra limpieza este sábado 25 de julio de 2020 de 10 a.m. a 12 p.m. saliendo de 43 Canal St. Por favor envíeme un correo electrónico si desea unirse a nosotros en Nayroby.email@example.com. Necesito contar cuántos se unirán. La inscripción todavía está abierta para aquellos que desean limpiar en una semana diferente. Puedo proporcionar suministros y recoger basura. Ayudemos a Holyoke a mantenerse limpio este verano. #keepitclean2k20
We at OneHolyoke CDC along with Sir Speedy from Holyoke need you to complete your 2020 Census!
The Mural at Piña Park
Admiring this great unveiling of a mural created by Tyrone Bowie Jr. Cookies and Hot Chocolate with Parks and Recreation. We are at Piña park Wednesday, November 6, 2019 from 4pm-5pm. Come on over!
Photo Gallery of The Mural at Piña Park
OneHolyoke’s #KeepItClean2K19 Campaign
OneHolyoke CDC kicked-off its citywide KeepItClean2k19 campaign, an initiative to clean Holyoke’s streets, at the Flats Community Building, 43 Canal Street, on April 22nd at 10 am and ended on September 21st 2019.
OneHolyoke Community Development Corporation a nonprofit organization, hosted a cleaning campaign starting out of the Flats Community Building, 43 Canal Street in Holyoke, every forth Saturday of the month through September. Wonderful partners on opposite weeks did clean-ups as well. Holyoke organizations were encouraged to volunteer to host their own cleaning events, and the community really came together to do so. We also participated in cleaning events throughout the city hosted by other Holyoke Organizations. The goal of #KeepItClean2K19 was to promote weekly neighborhood clean ups through fall with an end of the year city wide cleanup event. This event was hosted on September 21 2019, and led all volunteers to Taste of South Holyoke.
#KeepItClean2K19 is a grassroots community initiative focused on inspiring residents of Holyoke to take ownership of their streets. Our mission is to clean-up and organize identified “problem locations”, keeping these spaces clean throughout the rest of the year.
Holyoke residents may participate individually by cleaning their yard, sweeping their steps, or raking leaves. While doing so, take a minute, snap a photo and share on social media platforms, Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter, using the hashtag #KeepItClean2K19. developing an awesome collage of community cleaning assisting, furthering the mission of #KeepItClean2k19 of inspiring a sense of ownership throughout the city. hashtag #KeepItClean2K19 is a way of keeping the community connected throughout the initiative, allowing residents or partners to participate at their own convenience.
We ask that anyone interested in participating next year to please contact us for more information, for supplies, for support, or to be included in the hosting rotation. Contact Community Engagement Director Nayroby Rosa-Soriano of OneHolyoke CDC at 413-409-2004, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Thank you to the partners that participated in this year’s clean-up:
- Holyoke Public Schools
- VCARE Medical
- OneHolyoke CDC
- EMB Naturals
- Holyoke Chamber of Commerce
- Ward 2 City Councilor -Terry Murphy
- May Center
- Nueva Esperanza
- Criterion Early Intervention
- Kelly School
- Holyoke DCF
- Aaron Vega
- Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative
- Food Bank of Western Mass
- Office of Community Development
- Community Members and Volunteers
- Holyoke Parks and Recreation
Photo Gallery of OneHolyoke’s #KeepItClean2K19 Campaign
National Players perform Around the World in 80 Days.
Friday, May 3, 2019 at 7 PM – 9 PM
Photo Gallery Of Around the World in 80 Days
At the El Corazon opening event OneHolyoke set up a photo booth. Did you get your photo taken?
Ribbon cutting ceremony at the Flats Community Building. OneHolyoke envisions Flats Community Building as a resource to the community. At over 2000
square feet, 43 Canal Street is an ideal space for socializing and creating unforgettable memories for you and your loved ones.
Flats Community Basketball Tournament
OneHolyoke CDC Is happy to give Luis Soria the new principal at Kelly School and Nicole Arnold, ER nurse at Holyoke Hospital and all of the other Pioneer Valley ER nurses that came down with her from all over Hampden County to help beautify the streets of the Flats community. #KeepItClean
Please join us in our next Community Clean-up which will take place on Saturday July 28th. Volunteers will meet at our Community Center located at 43 Canal Street, formerly known as the Portuguese American Club. Community Clean-ups are scheduled as follows: August 25th and September 29th. from 12-30pm to 3pm. Or at your convenience if you share our hashtag #KeepItClean2k18
For team or volunteer registration please contact Isabella Cámara Torres Community outreach Specialist at email@example.com or call work cell 413-409-2006. For sponsorship donations and or registration forms, please contact Nayroby Rosa-Soriano, Community Engagement Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or call work cell 413-409-2009.
Nayroby Rosa-Soriano joined OneHolyoke CDC in November of 2018 as the Resident Services Coordinator for Veterans Park Apartments. Nayroby is now our Director of Community Engagement and Resident Services. Nayroby has served as a human service provider in Hampden County for over ten years. Graduate of both Holyoke Community College and UMASS, Nayroby has worked very closely with many community providers. As a Holyoke resident, Nayroby, has collaborated frequently with many local agencies to provide great services to the population she has served. From case management for teen parents, to domestic violence and sexual assault shelter director to resident services, Nayroby comes to us with a multitude of experiences. Nayroby enjoys motivating residents to reach their full potential.
Mobile Food Bank of Western Massachusetts
Our organization is partnering with the Mobile Food Bank of Western Massachusetts with a shared goal to increase access to nutritious foods and to reach families and individuals in need. The Food Bank is held every second and fourth Friday of every month rain or shine on the corner of Mosher and N. Bridge St. In The Flats.
Project Asset Map (PAM) Survey
Quality of Life Surveys and Reports: In partnership with the UMass School of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, Nueva Esperanza Inc. and several other Holyoke-based agencies, OneHolyoke has sponsored the Project Asset Mapping (PAM) Survey. The results provide detailed information about resident perceptions of the quality of life, safety and needs of their neighborhoods. Westfield State University (WSU) prepared a detailed report about the impact of Community Development Corporations on learning in their communities, and heard community voices in Holyoke about a “Learning in Place” plan OneHolyoke is creating. Thank you to Professor Marijoan Bull and all WSU students for their great work, and to our partner on this project, Nueva Esperanza Inc. To view the report please click on the link provided.