Valley Community Development seeks to empower low and moderate income people and the underserved populations manage and improve the quality of their lives. We accomplish this through the development of affordable housing, providing economic opportunities and encouraging community leadership.
Valley Community Development currently focuses on three areas of community economic development:
Join us for our free 2nd Annual Block Party June 23rd on the Old Courthouse Lawn 99 King Street, Northampton 1 PM – 4 PM Related
Technology is the name of the game for events these days. Regardless of large or small, in-house or community venue, a good event software program can “keep it all together” for you. With events, there are so many moving parts – registrants (some who pay, others who get a discount or go for free), their […]
VALLEY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION COMMUNITY INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT (CITC) PROGRAM COMMUNITY INVESTMENT PLAN (CIP) JANUARY 2017 – DECEMBER 2019 INTRODUCTION Valley Community Development Corporation seeks to empower low and moderate income people and underserved populations manage and improve the quality of their lives. We accomplish this through the development of affordable housing, providing economic opportunities, […]
Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC) Program Valley Community Development has the opportunity to raise $400,000 during its 30th Anniversary year through CITC where donations of at least $1,000 receive a 50% Massachusetts tax credit; the credit is also a refundable credit. We currently have approximately $125,000 in available credits through December 31, 2017. Click here […]
If you are looking to buy a house in Northampton, we have $4,000 Community Development Block Grants available, for use as down payment assistance. Please contact Donna Cabana at 413.586.5855 x180 or email her for an application at email@example.com Related
Valley CDC provides a variety of community economic development programs and services to low and moderate income residents of Northampton, Easthampton, Amherst and Hadley. To volunteer, join a committee or learn about becoming a Board member, please send us an email. Related Read More about “Get Involved”…