The Chelsea Collaborative offers English as a Second Language classes to help immigrants advance in the U.S. and reach their goals of stability and self-sufficiency.
The Chelsea Tenants Association (CTA) engages the community in campaigns to end foreclosures and predatory lending and to advocate for quality affordable housing.
The Chelsea Latino Immigrant Committee encourages newly arriving immigrants and refugees to become engaged in the political and governmental systems locally and nationally, to access educational opportunities, and to eliminate exploitation in the workplace.
The Chelsea Voter Initiative works to engage and educate all members of the community about the importance of voting and participating in political processes.
The Youth Riot Squad is a group of youth community organizers in Chelsea working on issues impacting youth opportunities
Chelsea Desea Sonar (Chelsea Wants to Dream) is an arts exploration program for immigrant children ages 10-14 who have recently come to the United States.
The Girls Empowerment Group is for young women ages 13-21 interested in meeting on Saturdays with a group of their peers to build leadership skills, explore educational and employment opportunities, share and reflect on their experiences, and give back to their community.
The Shanbaro Community Association was created by and supports the 400+ Somali Bantu refugees living in Chelsea and surrounding cities to build a strong community and to resolve significant quality of life issues
Chelsea Works is a year-round youth employment initiative in Chelsea. Through this important program, hundreds of youth engage in year-round work, training, and mentoring opportunities in their own city.
The Chelsea Community Fund provides small grants to Chelsea neighborhood coalitions, organizations, and advocacy groups.