Partners Healthcare has five licensed and 15 affiliated community health centers. In 2018, we invested $205 million in community benefits, which includes investments in our licensed health centers, programs to respond to needs identified in our community health needs assessments, and our system’s commitment to the Health Safety Net program. We have diverse community partnerships to support our local residents.
Vision New England is an association network of more than 1000 ministries who want to see New England transformed with the love of Jesus and believe God will do that when we connect, build relationships and work together to accelerate making disciples who do justice, earning the space to share Jesus.
The United Pentecostal Council of the Assemblies of God is a body of independent churches. It was established in Cambridge, MA in 1919.
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
We believe the Church is God’s chosen instrument to bring His life and presence into our communities. Therefore, our work is designed to support what God is doing through His Church in Greater Boston.

We take time to learn how the city, the church, and their related systems are changing; we connect with the people involved to build strong working relationships; and we equip where it is most strategic, providing teaching, training, tools and resources for effective ministry.

Cambridge Black Pastors Association

The mission of the Cambridge Black Pastors Association is the building of the beloved community and the spreading of the Good News of Jesus Christ.
The ALC|HULLBAY Film Institute is a partnership with Hull Bay Productions to provide immerse filmmaking opportunities for teens ages 13-17. The Institute runs for 2 weeks in August and commences with a Film Festival where the students present their film projects. For more information, visit
The Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston, Inc., (BMA) was founded during the 1960’s civil rights movement to help clergy address the racial, social, and economic injustices facing our communities.  In response to growing youth violence, the Boston TenPoint Coalition, Inc. (BTPC) was founded to “promote and campaign for a cultural shift to help reduce youth violence, both physically and verbally, within the black community by initiating conversations, introspection, and reflection on the thoughts and actions that hold us back as a people, individually and collectively.”
What has led us to become Cambridge Jazz Foundation, is the history of Cambridge Jazz Festival which was born through the combined talents and efforts of former Cambridge City Counsellor Larry Ward, and Ron Savage, Dean of the Professional Performance Division at Berklee College of Music. Both shared a passion and vision of creating a jazz festival in Cambridge. At the suggestion of Jason Weeks, Executive Director of Cambridge Arts, Larry and Ron joined forces in preparation for what has become the largest jazz festival in the history of Cambridge.