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Codman Burial Ground
A historic burial ground established in 1847 holds the remains of the neighborhood namesake, Rev. John Codman. Laid out in a "garden-style" design in the shape of angel wings, we have partnered with Second Church of Dorchester on maintenance and improvements to the burying ground.
TNT Community Garden
Designed with 18 raised garden beds in the shape of a sunburst, this community garden was designed by teenagers and adult neighbors to be both an educational and gathering space. Perennial flower beds, raspberry and blueberry bushes, and visual art complement this space. The City of Boston’s Community Preservation Act funded the installation of the water feed in 2019.
Three overgrown vacant lots transformed into a beautiful children’s playspace and gathering spot for the community. During the summer, Family Fun Nights and the Elmhurst Park Program for 5-to-11-year-olds is held here.
Garden of Peace
A corner lot designed and built by Boston Project teenagers features sitting benches, a meandering path, shade, a rain garden, and a bike repair station. Recognized early as a national Sustainable Sites pilot project, this site used recycled construction and plant materials in its development.
Holiday Food Baskets (December)
The holiday season can be a pressing time for families financially. We help respond to the food needs of neighbors by providing food baskets (almost a week’s worth of groceries) for families. Contact us to donate food or funds or if you would like to participate in the assembly or delivery.
Let's Get Healthy (June)
Let’s Get Healthy promotes healthy eating and having an active lifestyle in our community. Food demonstrations, resources, biking and fitness activities, healthcare screenings and more is part of our focus on public health.
Love Your Block (May)
Love Your Block is a spring cleanup for our whole neighborhood! After a long winter, we work together to clean streets and sidewalks, plant gardens, and get Elmhurst Park ready for a busy summer.
Family Fun Nights (July-August)
This cultural and arts-inspired summer series brings live artists and a variety of music and performances to our community. Steel Pan, African Dance, Jazz, Salsa lessons, Paint Night, Jewelry-making, healthy snacks, board games, and more.
Back-to-School Event (August)
We want to help all our neighborhood youth to be prepared for school and academic success. Children and teeangers are invited to come to the “school store” to pick out items they need. Donations of school supplies are welcomed.
Being Thankful for My Community (November)
Being Thankful Day is our fall clean up event focused on preparing our community greenspaces and the yards of our seniors for winter. Raking leaves, cleaning garden beds, judging our annual chili cook-off, is all part of the fun of this day.
Curriculum & Development Writer, Founding Member
Consultant, Can We Talk Codman Square
Community Engagement Manager
Youth Program Manager
Social Media Coordinator and Young Life Associate
Youth Program Manager and Young Life Associate
Executive Director, Founding Member
Therapists from New Generations, LLC
Led by Dr. Gayl Swaby, work closely with MHA to provide training and clinical presence as needed.
Mental Health First Aid
Specialized training for our cohort teens equipping them to provide mental health support and intervention for their peers and other youth groups.
Free events throughout the month for teenagers to practice self-care such as yoga, spoken word workshops, art nights, and more.
A monthly youth-led brave space for group conversations about mental health.
Young Life Camp & Retreat
Each year, we take 20-30 teenagers to the Young Life Camp at Lake Champion, NY, a resort-quality retreat center “for the best time of their lives!”
Zo means “life” in Greek. Weekly small groups of 3-6 teenagers that gather to learn more about Jesus and the Bible.
A FUN weekly, large group gathering with food, games, and a short talk about faith.
A beautiful garden with a sunburst of raised beds, where neighbors grow together.
Codman Burying Ground
A historic cemetery in the heart of our neighborhood gets a face-lift after years of overgrowth.
Garden of Peace
A walk-through corner lot became a passive park with a rain garden, sitting benches, and native plants.