|Leonard Albanese, Jr.|
|American Red Cross|
|American Training, Inc. - LARE|
|Dennis & Regina Collyer|
|Community Reinvestment Associates, Inc.|
|Committee for Bob DeLeo|
|Committee to Elect Ira Novoselsky|
|Committee to Elect John Powers|
|Double Tree by Hilton|
|Deb Fallon – Portal to Hope|
|Lisette Frometa/Chelsea Police Dept.|
|Kids Clothes Club|
|Edgar Lopez, Boston Paper|
|Marine Toys for Tots|
|New Life Christian Center Chelsea|
|Mary Jane Restuccia|
|Revere Housing Authority|
|Salem Five Charitable Foundation|
|Jonathan & Jonina Schonfeld|
|Winthrop Fire Department (Chief Paul Flanagan)|
Government Shutdown InformationJanuary 20, 2018
Help for Hurricane Victims in Puerto RicoOctober 17, 2017
Community Action Agencies stand ready to help families who have come here from Puerto Rico. Click here to find your local agency.
Community Action Partnership, the national nonprofit that strengthens, promotes, represents and serves the network of member Community Action Agencies across the country, has set up a fund to help hurricane victims and support CAA staff. You can select the specific state/territory where you want the funds to go or make no designation and add the funds to the overall pool. Click here to donate.
CAPIC designated as CoC - BoS Homeless ProviderMay 17, 2017
CAPIC, the local anti-poverty agency has been designated by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) as the official Continuum of Care -Balance of State Homeless Provider for Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. Given this official designation, CAPIC is commissioned to assume responsibility to coordinate homelessness prevention activities for Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop, which includes outreach to identify unsheltered homeless individuals and foster relationships with them in an effort to encourage these individuals to accept additional resources, shelter, and housing; CAPIC will screen unsheltered homeless persons for mainstream resources and assist them with the application process; and assist unsheltered homeless persons access emergency shelter.
In this role, CAPIC, in conjunction with DHCD will also coordinate the Annual Point-In-Time Count, and organize volunteer efforts for counting unsheltered persons in Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. CAPIC is grateful for the opportunity to increase direct services for those in need and improve the quality of life for homeless individuals.
Letter Regarding Fuel Assistance ProgramMarch 27 2017
You have probably been reading or hearing about the new budget that the President just proposed. You may also have heard about some of what it does. We have reviewed it and are writing to let you know that we strongly oppose it, because it would hurt the people that Community Action Programs Inter-City, Incorporated (CAPIC) is dedicated to serving – you, your family, your friends and neighbors.More