Building Homes,

Strengthening Communities

North Shore Community Development Coalition invests in neighborhoods to create thriving communities.

About North Shore CDC

North Shore Community Development Coalition carries forward 40 years of collective experience and successful community investment on the North Shore, having reorganized as a regional community development organization in 2011.

As the only regional community development organization serving the North Shore, North Shore CDC is positioned to bring our neighborhood development model to communities throughout our region. Focusing on low-income and distressed neighborhoods, we’ve committed to transformational, sustainable revitalization in Salem, Peabody, and Beverly.

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Youth Build

YouthBuild North Shore empowers young adults with the competency and desire to transform their lives and improve their communities through education, employment, and leadership development.

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August 12, 2016

North Shore CDC’s 4th Annual Community Build Day continues this August! Volunteer with us and revitalize low-income neighborhoods in Lynn and Peabody.  These events will be led by youth in our Students Take Action in Neighborhood Development (STAND) program,  YouthBuild North Shore program, and Community Engagement staff.


AUGUST 2, 2016
North Shore CDC is proud to announce it’s Summer Affordable Housing Lottery! There are 64 affordable apartment opportunities within our Congress Street residences that will be a part of the lottery, held August 2nd! Applications are due July 28, 2016. Apply Today!


JULY 20, 2016

Join our community engagement team for coffee at Stephy’s Kitchen (41 Beckford Street in Beverly) to share community ideas!

Contact Rosario Ubiera-Minaya for questions.

July 24, 2016
Join us every Sunday from July 17th to August 28th
6:00 – 8:30 pm in the Peabody Street Park in Salem
  • Salsa dancing and classes with DJ Greg Cole
  • Drop in or contact us with any questions
I’m meeting new people, learning the language, and building relationships with my community. My doubts have been erased by my friends at the CDC.

– Local Resident

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