All Places in ‘Organizations and Partners’

  • Cambridge Historical Society

    About us Founded in 1905 by a group of historians, the Historical Society initially met in private homes and presented lectures on Cambridge history. Beginning in 1906, these lectures were published as The Proceedings.  A short time later the Society began collecting books, documents, significant papers and photographs. Since 1957 Read more [...]

  • Cambridge Holistic Center

    Foundation for New Directions is a center for the exploration of holistic living. It began in 1959, when Dr. Marvin Solit, an osteopathic physician in Boston, introduced the work of Ida Rolf (creator of Rolfing) to New England, as part of his medical practice. By 1966, he had converted his Read more [...]

  • Cambridge Housing Assistance Fund

    A community coalition working to prevent and end homelessness–visit our website at http://www.chafund.org/ Mission The Cambridge Housing Assistance Fund, CHAF, is committed to breaking the cycle of homelessness in our community. CHAF raises funds to assist the homeless and near homeless with the startup costs of securing permanent housing. Description Read more [...]

  • City of Cambridge

    Cambridge is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, situated directly north of Boston, across the Charles River. It was named in honor of the University of Cambridge in England, an important center of the Puritan theology embraced by the town’s founders.[2] Cambridge is home to two of the Read more [...]

  • Community Dispute Settlement Center

    Mission Statement Established in 1979, the Community Dispute Settlement Center (CDSC), is a private, not-for-profit mediation and training center dedicated to providing an alternative and affordable forum for resolving conflict. CDSC promotes better ways to understand and deal with conflict through skilled teams of pro bono mediators, training programs in Read more [...]