On WGBH: Longtime Leader Of Roxbury Nonprofit Announces Departure
Jeanne Pinado can barely drive a mile from her office near Roxbury’s Dudley Square without passing a building whose construction or renovation she has overseen during her two decades directing the Madison Park Development Corporation.”And that’s another building we own,” Pinado said, pointing to a 43-unit apartment building on a recent driving tour of the organization’s real estate. Pinado easily spouted details and dates behind several other developments, including the Tropical Foods supermarket on Melnea Cass Boulevard, the Smith House apartments for the elderly on Shawmut Avenue and the Daily Table grocery store on Washington Street. Each was built or modernized on her watch.
Boston Private’s ‘Why of Wealth’ Campaign
We love this video produced by Boston Private about MPDC (and CEO Jeanne Pinado) for their ‘Why of Wealth’ campaign.
On Neighborhood Network News: Local Muslims Share Holiday Bounty
On Saturday, November 17, 2018, the Islamic Multi-Service Organization (IMSO), in collaboration with the MPDC Dewitt Community Center, handed out Thanksgiving meals to Madison Park Housing Development residents and community members. You can view the piece as it aired on BNN here.
In the Boston Globe: Boston nonprofits distribute thousands of Thanksgiving meals to those in need
Mayor Walsh with a volunteer at the Dewitt Community Center in Roxbury on Saturday, Oct. 17. Photo by MPDC At another drive at the Dewitt Community Center in Roxbury, Cheryl Stillwell, of Dorchester, brought her 1-year-old great-granddaughter Briana to pick up a turkey and a dozen eggs. The Islamic Multi-Service Organization hosted the drive, and […]