Revitalize Community Development Corp.

Rebuilding Our Community Since 1992

Rebuilding Homes and Lives

Founded in 1992, Revitalize CDC performs critical repairs, modifications and rehabilitation on the homes and non-profit facilities of low-income families with children, the elderly, military veterans and people with special needs in Holyoke and Springfield, Massachusetts. 

Our mission is to revitalize homes, neighborhoods and lives through preservation, education and community involvement. Our mission isn't possible without your support. We invite you to attend our fundraising events and volunteer for our rebuild projects - all are welcome.
Contact us for more information on how you can get involved.

#GreenNFit Springfield

With another #GreenNFit Springfield in the books, we want to say thank you to all our volunteers! #SafeHealthyHomes

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Revitalize CDC is committed to transparency!

Thank You To Our #GreenNFit Sponsors

May Is Asthma Awareness Month

As Asthma Awareness Month comes to a close, it is important to know that asthma causes concerns beyond physical health. Missed school days, work days, and high medical costs from unexpected hospitalizations. 


Many asthma triggers can be environmental including high pollen and hot days. And some can be in the home including mold, pests, and poor ventilation. 


Take the quick quiz below to determine if YOUR home is healthy or to learn more about ways to reduce asthma triggers in your home.


#SafeHealthyHomes



Springfield Named #1 Asthma Capital


Springfield tops the list as the most difficult place to live with asthma, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation. The American Lung Association has announced that air quality is a huge concern. The State of the Air report gives Springfield a D grade for ozone. As the ALA says, this is like a sunburn on your lungs. 


A $750,000 Grant to address Asthma has been issued to Baystate Healthcare Alliance/ BeHealthy Partnership ACO by the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC) as part of their SHIFT-Care Challenge. This grant expands the Springfield Healthy Homes Asthma program. Revitalize CDC is working in partnership with:

What is the Springfield Healthy Homes Program?

Donations
Your tax-deductible donation no matter how small or large will go towards making homes safe, healthy, accessible and energy-efficient for those in need in Western Massachusetts.

Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC)
You are also eligible for a 50% refundable tax credit for any donation of $1,000 or more. All individuals, nonprofits, and businesses in all 50 states qualify!

You are not required to be a resident of Massachusetts to qualify.

Your donation may also be tax-deductible on your federal income tax.  Please consult a professional tax advisor.