14 Crawford Street
Dorchester, MA 02121
Our mission is to promote educational excellence, economic self-sufficiency, community engagement, and social justice for Boston’s most distressed urban neighborhoods.
Since 1949, Freedom House has responded to critical needs of inner city communities through its programming, and through convening citizens around the most pressing social justice issues. Beginning with the vision of its founders, Muriel and Otto Snowden, Freedom House has a rich history of addressing issues of poverty, educational achievement, and racial disparities in traditionally underserved neighborhoods. Freedom House has provided leadership continuity and innovation and continues its work today, striving to open the doors of opportunity to all – regardless of race, class, and gender – through its educational programming, civic engagement work, and community resources.
Children & Youth, Education – K-12, Education – Higher Ed, Elderly