Being a good partner has two, equally important meanings to us — serving those who hire us and also serving our communities, our own and our clients’.
It seems appropriate that as a builder of multifamily housing, a passion of ours is our commitment to eliminating homelessness.
Curtis Construction has proudly worked with many nonprofits on affordable housing developments. Curtis wants to be part of the solution to help reduce homelessness while also increasing educational and employment opportunities. The Curtis Team gives to and supports housing-related nonprofits locally and nationally.
Organizations we're proud to have partnered with include:
South Shore Community Action Council
SSCAC runs many programs in the areas of youth and family development, income maintenance, nutrition, emergency assistance, self-sufficiency, energy assistance, employment, and transportation assistance.
Father Bill’s/MainSpring’s mission is to end and prevent homelessness in southern Massachusetts with programs that provide emergency and permanent housing and help people obtain skills, jobs, housing, and services.
Worcester Common Ground CDC
WCG is a community development corporation founded in 1988 in response to concern about the high cost of housing for those living in the most underserved neighborhood of Central Worcester, Massachusetts.
C.B.A. - Coalition for a Better Acre
CBA is dedicated to resident empowerment and sustainable community revitalization for current and future residents of Lowell and the Merrimack.
Neighborworks® is a one-stop-shop, providing all the answers and support a homebuyer needs- homebuyer education, realty, financial coaching, foreclosure counseling, and more.
Caritas communities works to prevent homelessness by providing very low-income individuals with permanent housing, support, a sense of community and expanded opportunities.