Your Gift Can...


Help a person move into a
stable rental home


Help implement energy
efficiency upgrades to increase
affordability and protect
our environment


Help create year-round jobs
across the Lower Cape


You can provide opportunities for people to live, work and thrive here now and for the future.

There are a variety of meaningful ways to make a financial contribution to the Community Development Partnership to help those in your community:

Contribute with an individual, business, or family foundation gift.

In Memory Of - Celebrate the achievements and life of a loved one.

In Honor Of - Recognize a wedding, retirement, or other accomplishments of someone you know.

Community Investment Tax Credit: Double your impact when you make a gift of $1,000+. You can also make a monthly gift of $84 to qualify!

Matching Gift: Maximize your gift with a matching gift from your employer.

Monthly Gift and Community Sustainer: Become one of our sustaining donors by making a monthly commitment at any level.

Each of these options is available to you through our secure online donation page.

You can also email Laura Cannata, Chief Advancement Officer, or call 508-290-0126 for more information.

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The Community Development Partnership is a charitable non-profit (501) (c) 3 organization, registered with the Massachusetts Attorney General with tax id number 22-3191450. All gifts are tax-deductible within the fullest extent of the law. Please contact your financial or tax-advisor if you have any questions.


Here's a snapshot of what our donors helped us accomplish in 2020:


Individuals, including 63 children have a safe, stable, affordable place to call home in one of the 100 affordable rental homes we provide


in loans businesses to help stimulate the Lower Cape economy.


Young adults became more prepared to purchase their first home by graduating from our First Time Home Buyer workshop, also making them eligible to qualify for a lower interest rate on their mortgage.


The number of hours of Technical Assistance provided by our staff to 125 local small business owners, with support from SCORE counselors, helping to strengthen their business operations.


Affordable homes preserved through over $700,000 in rehabilitation work. This work was done by local contractors, which means money flowing back into the local economy.


municipal leaders from 8 towns received training in housing production through the Lower Cape Community Housing Institute.


individuals serve at Canal House, the CDP's sober living facility.

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