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SCC Hits $80,000 CITC Year-End Fundraising Goal

SCC is thrilled to announce that we have successfully reached our Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC) program goal of $80,000 for 2014! This would not be possible without the generous support of our donors, many of whom were able to receive 50% refundable state tax credits. Thank you! 

2014 marks the first year of CITC in Massachusetts since the passing of Chapter 238 under the Acts of 2012, and is a program established to benefit Community Development Corporations’ (CDC) work to improve economic opportunities for low and moderate income households. For those who have donated a minimum of $1,000, they receive a tax credit equal to half of that amount. For example, for a donation of $2,000, donors will receive a tax credit of $1,000 on their return.

All participating CDC’s are allocated a certain number of tax credits equaling $3 million to leverage fundraising efforts that support our programs and affordable housing projects in Somerville. Thanks to the generous contributions in 2014, SCC has earned $150,000 in tax credits in 2015. Help us get a jump start on our $300,000 fundraising goal and benefit from the $150,000 worth of tax credits available to YOU, our invaluable donors. 

Many of the local media outlets have published articles crediting the program for its benefits to CDC’s and the communities they serve. Follow the links below to read some of coverage:

Help us get a jump start on our 2015 CITC program goal, and start racking up tax credits today! Click here to learn more, or contact Meridith Levy at or 617-776-5931 x242.

$20,000 to Raise by February 11th Annual Meeting
In addition to CITC, we are also trying to raise an additional $20,000 through our Annual  Appeal by February 11th, the date of our Annual Meeting. Please consider supporting SCC as we continue our work toward keeping Somerville diverse and making Somerville more affordable and accessible for everyone.


Click here to read our Annual Appeal. Thank you for your continued support.

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Members of the community in Somerville, MA come together for an illuminated walk to bring attention to gentrification and housing affordability in East Somerville. Produced in collaboration with the Somerville Community Corporation and Mister Francis. Written, directed, and edited by Andrew Eldridge. Produced by Elizabeth Eldridge, Andrew Eldridge.

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