Your Gift Can Turn Lives Around

In every community across Massachusetts, Community Action Agencies, like Community Teamwork, make a difference in People’s Lives #CommunityActionWorks – SEE HOW

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Our COVID-19 Response

Your contribution will aid our efforts on every front as we work together to defeat COVID-19, care for our clients and families in their hour of greatest need, and emerge stronger than ever.

Each year, Community Teamwork serves more than 53,000 people. We could not meet the needs of so many people of all ages without your support. No matter the size of your gift, know that your donation helps people right here in your community every day.


Prefer to mail us your donation?  Please send your check (payable to Community Teamwork) to 155 Merrimack Street, Lowell MA 01852, ATTN: Development Dept.

Community Investment Tax Credits (CITC)

The Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC) is a new tax credit designed to attract partners and financial supporters through donations to support  Community Development  Corporations and to help increase the scale of their impact. It provides a 50% tax credit for donations to selected Community Development Corporations in Massachusetts of which Community Teamwork, Inc. is one.

Learn more about the CITC program.

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Your Gift Can Turn Lives Around

Thanks to YOU – our staff, board members, donors, and partners, Community Teamwork (CTI)  is making a difference in the lives of so many in our community.

Please watch our new 2019 video to learn about the ways we are making an impact!  

Your donation is greatly appreciated and will help us continue our work in helping more than 50,000 individuals in 63 towns and cities gain greater economic independence!

  • Vietnam Veteran Roland C. fought depression and homelessness and with your help, regained his life, dignity and a vital role in his community as an advocate for fellow veterans.
  • Unemployed for nearly a year, one client embraced Community Teamwork’s computer literacy and business skills training to land a full time position at a local non-profit.
  • Gissel S. built her own small business, helping tenants and landlords resolve disputes and arrears.
  • Melissa escaped domestic violence, undertook job training and higher education to become a certified nursing assistant and is now working on her Bachelor’s degree.
  • Teen parents Rachel and Rob enrolled their son in Early Head Start and became leaders within the child care program. Today, both are gainfully employed.

Donations to Community Teamwork are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.