CAPIC 2016 - 2018 Donors:
Leonard Albanese, Jr.
Allan Alpert
American Red Cross
American Training, Inc. - LARE
Dolores Benoit
Kathleen Callahan
Angie Catrone
Dennis & Regina Collyer
Community Reinvestment Associates, Inc.
Richelle Cromwell
James Cunningham
Committee for Bob DeLeo
Committee to Elect Ira Novoselsky
Committee to Elect John Powers
Double Tree by Hilton
Caroline Ellenbird
Deb Fallon – Portal to Hope
Lisette Frometa/Chelsea Police Dept.
Thom Gilligan
Cary Havey
Sergio Jaramillo
Kids Clothes Club
John Letizia
Edgar Lopez, Boston Paper
Richard Mageary
Marine Toys for Tots
Gerald McCue
National Grid
New Life Christian Center Chelsea
Julia Newhall
Michael Nicastro
Mike Overland
Joseph Perlatonda
Kathi-Anne Reinstein
Scott Renton
Mary Jane Restuccia
Bob Repucci
Revere Housing Authority
Ruben Rodriguez
Salem Five Charitable Foundation
William Schmidt
Jonathan & Jonina Schonfeld
Sheehan Family
Laura Spitz
Jeffrey Stone
Ming Sun
TAZ Enterprises
Gladys Valentin-Agneta
Winthrop Fire Department (Chief Paul Flanagan)
Wolfgang Family
Wyndham Hotel

Welcome to CAPIC

The mission of CAPIC is to identify and address the needs, problems and concerns of those in poverty and to enable the individually poor to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency. In fulfilling its mission, CAPIC will actively stimulate the creation and promotion of the processes and programs necessary to identify and eradicate poverty.

Response to the Franklin avenue fire in Revere

July 24, 2018
On, September 17, 2018, CAPIC Emergency Program staff joined other concerned agencies, the Revere Police Department, Revere Public School Department personnel, Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo, Mayor Arrigo, as well as other local government representatives at the Revere High School Auditorium to provide immediate relief to victims of the Franklin Avenue. The fire left approximately 100 people homeless.
CAPIC is currently working to provide direct support services to those in need. To date, CAPIC has provided 12 families with temporary housing/shelter and 30 individuals/families with gift cards to purchase food and basic necessities. CAPIC is also providing clothing and other donated items to fire victims. If you would like to make a donation please contact Lee Nugent, Emergency Program Director at 617-884-6130, ext. 104.

8th Annual Chamber Barbecue Fundraiser

July 24, 2018
Please join Senator Sal DiDomenico and Chelsea City Manager Tom Ambrosino As we celebrate the 8th Annual Barbecue fundraiser. Proceeds of this event will benefit CAPIC & Education for All

CAPIC Chelsea City Wide Summer Camp Program

June 5, 2018
CAPIC Chelsea City Wide Special Summer Camp Program is accepting applications. The Chelsea City Wide Summer Camp is a seven-week program, and will take place July 2, 2018 – August 17, 2018, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, at the Mary C. Burke Complex in Chelsea.

Team CAPIC at the Walk for Hunger

May 8, 2018
Team CAPIC raised $850 for the Project Bread Walk for Hunger!!! CAPIC thanks employees Silvia Frometa and Cary Havey for walking on Sunday and raising awareness about hunger in the Commonwealth.

Suffolk County District Attorney's Asset Forfeiture Community Reinvestment Grant Awards Ceremony

CAPIC thanks Suffolk County D.A. Dan Conley for the continued support of alternative summer program activities for at-risk youth living in Revere.

Robert DeLeo Fundraiser

Wonderful night with friends in support of Speaker of the House of Representatives Robert DeLeo. Pictured with Revere Police Chief Guido, State Representative RoseLee Vincent and Chelsea City Councilor Leo Robinson!

CAPIC Board of Directors Meeting

The Community Action Programs Inter-City, Inc. (CAPIC) Board of Directors will conduct the monthly Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, August 16th, 2018 at 12:00 pm. The meeting will be held at CAPIC’s 100 Everett Avenue offices, in Chelsea. The public is invited to attend.


March 23, 2018
CAPIC’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce Winthrop Town Council President, Ronald Vecchia, Chelsea City Councilor Joseph Perlatonda, and Judie VanKooiman as its newest members. Both Town Council President, Ronald Vecchia and Chelsea City Councilor Joseph Perlatonda represent the public sector. Town Council President Ronald Vecchia has appointed Nick DelVento as his permanent representative to the Board and Councilor Perlatonda has appointed David Mindlin, Esq. as his permanent representative to the Board. Judie VanKooiman is representing the private sector and the Winthrop Council on Aging.