Schochet President Richard J. Henken was recently featured in the Boston Globe for his philanthropic activities with Catholic Schools Foundation.
Hampton Court has begun its annual food drive to benefit the Northhampton Survival Center. The food drive is going on right now and ends December 30th.
The Community Action Youth Programs held a successful 2-week pilot summer program full of fun, hands-on activities aimed at leadership development for youth age 10-13 at Pine Crest Apartments.
Richard Henken is co-chairman of the Rental Housing Association MassHousing Chairman's Challenge Committee.
If we can't get to the beach, we'll bring the beach to us!!! This was the rallying cry for residents and staff at Riverside Towers, a housing development for elderly and disabled residents, overlooking the Mystic River in Medford Square.
Read an article from the Athol Daily News, July 7, 2009 about the Summer Theatre Program at Pinecrest.
Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino and the English Works Campaign awarded the first 'City of Boston/ English Works Campaign Certificate of Recognition' to 11 unique local businesses and labor management partnerships for their support of English language classes for immigrants in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Other key labor, community, and educational partners were also recognized.
Berkshire Development Partners LLC is working on its second extension in an effort to finalize its purchase of the Searles/Bryant complex.
Ten health care facilities employ creative land use strategies to integrate medical care and wellness services into their communities.
Schochet Associates announced that Albert Rodiger has joined the company as its vice president of acquisitions and development.