Housing Programs
For Kids Only Afterschool, Revere

Children's Investment Fund
Building Stronger Centers Training Institute, 2018

Commonwealth Workforce Coalition
Catholic Charities, Lynn


All children deserve the opportunity to learn and develop in well-designed learning spaces. We all understand that clean, safe and healthy environments are an important component of successful teaching and learning.

For over 25 years, Children’s Investment Fund has been providing technical expertise and financing to non-profit child care centers planning to improve or expand their facilities. Our primary goal is to increase the supply and quality of child care facilities in Massachusetts. We offer high quality training programs, access to professional consultants and funding to pay for predevelopment expenses, acquisition of property and permanent financing.

We are excited to share with you our website. If you are a non-profit organization, we look forward to helping you turn your vision of high quality space into a reality.

Theresa Jordan
Director of Children's Facilities Finance
Peg Sprague
Board President, Children's Investment Fund
“Our space has transformed from the purely functional to a beautiful, professional-level arts space in the heart of Area IV, Cambridge.”
Eryn JohnsonExecutive Director, Community Art Center
  • Making an Impact: CEDAC’s 2019 Annual Report is Now Available Online

    CEDAC is pleased to share our FY19 Annual Report, which features our work with our community development partners over the past year.  This report looks at CEDAC’s active role as the technical assistance provider to the state’s non-profit community development sector, and the year in which we celebrated our 40th anniversary. We highlight our work in developing and preserving affordable housing, with a special focus on housing, combined with access to supportive services, that stabilizes and improves the lives of residents. Read the FY19 Annual Report

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A $5 million investment in kids at Greater Lowell YMCA
Lowell Sun / Mar 06, 2020
A $5 million “investment in the future of our kids” should be ready by September as the Greater Lowell YMCA embarked Friday on a renovation and expansion project to its Thorndi...