Fenway Civic is a board-driven, all-volunteer, member-supported organization whose goal is to promote and sustain a vital, livable neighborhood. Its volunteers write periodic newsletters, organize a variety of special events for members, and are fully informed participants in all public processes. Unlike many community organizations, FCA does not receive public funds and has no financial stake in the decisions being made, enabling it to act wholly in the best interest of the neighborhood. There are no corporate sponsors, no slick brochures, no hired staff, and no office. But what FCA does have is the ear of our public officials and the respect of the residents, institutions, and businesses, who depend on FCA leaders for their expertise, experience and honest work on behalf of a better Fenway.
That legacy continues in today’s Fenway Civic Association. FCA – now active in both the East and the West — has become respected for its dedication, resourcefulness and hard work to improve the Fenway Neighborhood through its programs to:
* Guide development
* Inform interested citizens
* Protect the environment
* Highlight our cultural riches
* Advise new businesses
* Improve public transportation
* Cultivate open space
By joining you will get access to our email list, through which we periodically update our members about opportunities for advocacy, volunteering, and socializing in the neighborhood. We also distribute notices from the city, state, and neighborhood institutions about upcoming events in the neighborhood.
To request an application for membership, please e-mail your name and mailing address to FenwayCivic@aol.com
To learn more about our board and for additional contact information, please click the links below:
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