Your Gift Can...


Help a person move into a
stable rental home


Help implement energy
efficiency upgrades to increase
affordability and protect
our environment


Help create year-round jobs
across the Lower Cape


Help us provide opportunities for people to live, work and thrive here now and for the future.

There are a variety of meaningful ways to make a financial contribution to us:
Personal or Business Donation

Contribute with an individual, business or family foundation gift.

Community Investment Tax Credit

Double your impact when you make a gift of $1,000+.

Matching Gift

Maximize your gift with a matching gift from your employer.

Monthly Gift

Become one of our sustaining donors by making a monthly commitment at any level.

In Memory Of

Celebrate the achievements and life of a loved one.

In Honor Of

Recognize a wedding, retirement or other accomplishments of someone you know.

Each of these options is available to you through our secure online donation page.

Donate Now

You can also contact Britt Beedenbender to find out more.

Here's a snapshot of what our donors helped us accomplish in 2016:


Individuals, including 50 children have a safe, stable, affordable place to call home in one of the 75 affordable rental homes we provide


in Loans to 10 businesses has helped to stimulate the Lower Cape economy, allowing 8 businesses to grow and 2 to start-up.


Young adults became more prepared to purchase their first home by graduating from our First Time Home Buyer education, also making them eligible to qualify for a lower interest rate on their mortgage.


Local small business owners received 946 hours of business Technical Assistance from our staff, with support from SCORE counselors, helping to strengthen their business operations.


Affordable homes preserved through $1.57M in rehabilitation work. This work was done by local contractors, which means money flowing back into the local economy.


Scallopers participated in the Cape Cod Fisheries Trust, resulting in $5.4 million in gross revenue and helping to sustain the local small boat fishery.


Local growers and food producers participated in the Orleans Winter Farmers’ Market, extending their season and generating $46,490 in sales, while also providing consumers with fresh produce year-round.

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