About

NOAH is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of MA residents.
NOAH has served MA residents since 1987.
Our team works tirelessly to help thousands of residents each year.
Meet our talented and dedicated Board of Directors!
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Our Impact
 

THANK YOU to all our generous funders, donors and supporters, and to our hard-working volunteers, partners and staff. Together, we have been able to achieve the following:
 
  • By the end of September 2017, NOAH had created investments of over $424.7 million in the Greater Boston regional economy.
  • In 2016, NOAH directly served over 2,100 individuals and families (over 3,500, when adding in family members). 
  • NOAH now serves 1,500 disadvantaged housing clients and 600 neighborhood-services clients annually, on average.
  • Since its inception, NOAH has provided  free counseling and education to over 2,500 individuals and families as to how to best find or retain rental housing and avoid homelessness.
  • NOAH's staff have completed 10,000+ no-cost safety-related home repairs for senior and disabled residents.
  • NOAH has helped over 1,500 families purchase their first homes through education and counseling, with 800+ of these purchased in the last seven years.
  • We have served households from over 95 communities in the Greater Boston area during the last six years.
  • NOAH has either rehabilitated or newly developed 425 affordable units within 72 buildings; and owns/manages 311 affordable/workforce rental units & four commercial units in over 31 properties in East Boston, Everett, Beverly, Holliston, Carlisle, North Andover, Webster and Middleborough.
  • We're currently developing 71 affordable/workforce housing units in a real estate project in East Boston, with several others in our pipeline.
  • NOAH holds bilingual youth leadership, summer schoolyard, and soccer programs for over 170 at-risk/disadvantaged East Boston children each year.
  • We have helped transform the East Boston landscape with our involvement in the development of seven attractively redeveloped school yards, a four-and-a-half acre waterfront “Urban Wild” park, and a youth-run community garden; and through our environmental work, including salt marsh restoration; oil spill mitigation; Brownfields “clean up” projects; and air, land and water pollution remediation.
  • NOAH's ClimateCARE (Community Action for Resilience Engagement) program is working to help East Boston and its residents become resilient in the face of climate change. 
  • Since 2008, our dedicated counselors have helped over 2,100 households work to retain their family homes in the face of possible foreclosures via free counseling; with a long-term closed-case positive success ratio of 88%.
  • NOAH has educated 1,200+ students in how to speak English and become acclimated to living in the US via our English for Speakers of Other Languages courses.
  • Each year, over 65% of NOAH's clientele is from an ethnic minority household; 50% of clients are Spanish speakers. All client-serving staff members are bilingual.
  • The majority of NOAH's clients are either low-income or low/moderate-income.
  • NOAH continues to be rated as 'Exemplary' by NeighborWorks America.