Committed to supporting the communities we serve since 1885.
Thrive Centers offer an array of free services that help students and community residents build their financial skills. Thrive Centers are designed to be one-stop financial success resources that provide financial literacy and coaching, workforce development services, and public benefit screening and enrollment. Thrive centers are located in Springfield, MA on the campus of Springfield Technical Community College and Holyoke, MA on the campus of Holyoke Community College and the Picknelly Adult and Family Education Center.
To learn more visit STCC Thrive Center.
Revitalize Community Development Corporation performs critical repairs, modifications and rehabilitation on the homes and non-profit facilities of low-income families with children, the elderly, military veterans and people with special needs.
To learn more about their community vibrancy projects visit revitalizecdc.com.
The Care Center in Holyoke
Bringing the power of education, arts and culture to youth and their families in Holyoke, Massachusetts, The Care Center is a challenging and transformative education program for the community.
The Care Center helps young mothers grasp how powerful they are, gives our students the tools to learn, and provides them with an exciting and engaging learning environment. Learn more.
Since 1992, Rachel's Table has been working to alleviate hunger and reduce food waste in Western Massachusetts.
Six days a week, more than 200 volunteers collect food from local supermarkets, restaurants, caterers and bakeries, and deliver it to 43 agencies, including soup kitchens, food pantries, and shelters. Learn more.
Springfield Jazz & Roots Festival
The Springfield Jazz & Roots Festival was developed by Blues to Green, Inc., in partnership with business, civic and nonprofit leaders in Springfield, with the hope that people of many different communities could unite in the urban center of Western Massachusetts to share their love for music and art. Learn more.