Charlestown Neighborhood Council
The Charlestown Neighborhood Council (CNC) is the officially elected representative body of the Charlestown neighborhood of the City of Boston, MA. It was founded in 1986. The CNC is responsible for facilitating dialogue within the Charlestown community and between the residents of Charlestown and the City of Boston, State and Local agencies and businesses on topics including:
- Basic Services (Utilties, Parking, Trash Removal, Noise, Public Spaces)
The Neighborhood Council is composed of 21 community members, including seven elected precinct representatives, seven elected at-large representatives and seven appointed non-profit community organization representatives.
The Spaulding-Charlestown Neighborhood Council Community Partnership Fund announces the fifth and final year of awarding grants to eligible non-profit organizations. We invite all Charlestown nonprofits to apply for a grant this cycle. The application process begins with a required tutorial followed by applicant presentations to the CNC and Spaulding. The first tutorial for applicants was held on Monday, December 16, 2019 at 7pm at the Knights of Columbus at 545 Medford St. (note different location than prior years). If you did not make this date a second tutorial will be hosted on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 at 7pm at the Knights of Columbus at 545 Medford St. (note different location than prior years). Please note that attendance at a tutorial by a member of the organization, not necessarily the primary author, is required in order to submit an application. All applications are due by Friday, January 17th 2020 at 5:00pm.
2020 Spaulding-CNC Partnership Grant News