Welcome to MACDC - The Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations

At Our Core

MACDC is an association of mission-driven community development organizations dedicated to creating places of opportunity where ALL people can live with dignity while participating in and benefiting from our Commonwealth's economy.

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STRENGTHENING RESILIENT COMMUNITIES: THE NATIONAL FORUM

MACDC teamed up with the National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations (NACEDA) and 8 other CDC associations from around the country to present an exceptional online event.

Participate in:

  • National plenaries with national speakers and community development leaders
  • Keynote Speeches by Ibram X. Kendi, New York Times #1 Bestselling Author; and Deanna Van Buren, Design Director and co-founder of Designing Justice + Designing Spaces
  • Workshops hosted by MACDC
  • Workshops presented by other CDC associations (note that these sessions will cover a variety of topics and will be designed for a broad audience)

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MACDC ANNUAL MEETING

Join MACDC for our Annual Meeting!

Thursday, November 19th from 12 - 1:30pm

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On October 21st, Governor Baker announced the 2020 Affordable Rental Housing Awards- 28 projects in 19 communities, which will result in more than 2,400 housing units, including 2,166 affordable rental units.

In the context of progressive health policy, Massachusetts is an exciting place to live and work. It is well-known that in 2006, Massachusetts was the first state to mandate that each resident have health insurance – predating the Affordable Care Act by three years.

In July, MACDC released the 2020 GOALs Report, to highlight the collective work that CDCs across the Commonwealth accomplished during calendar year 2019, including that CDCs collectively served over 70,000 families in 2019.  Readers can see tables with detailed information in the

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