We would like to take a minute to recognize our partners that make this campaign possible every year:


The Campaign is spearheaded by Mayor's Office and Boston's Office of Jobs and Community Services.



As part of the nation's central bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston promotes sound growth and financial stability in New England and the nation.



The IRS-SPEC office is committed to serving the low to moderate income, disabled, and non-English speaking taxpayers of Boston by supporting free tax preparation sites, volunteer training, and tax education/awareness campaigns through trusted community partners.



The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce provides the coalition with corporate recruitment and support. Paul Guzzi, the CEO of the Chamber supports the Mayor's effort to maximize the Earned Income Tax Credit.


Action for Boston Community Development ABCD, Inc. is a private non-profit human services agency providing opportunities for upward mobility to hundreds of thousands of Boston residents through innovative, quality programs & services since 1962.



Created by Congress in 1933, the FDIC supervises banks, insures deposits up to $100,000 and helps maintain a stable and sound banking system.


Dotwell serves as a resource for improving the physical, mental and social well being of the community. Dotwell maintains two tax sites, Codman Square Tech Center and Dorchester House.

The Boston Bar Association has partnered with the Boston EITC to provide volunteers from its membership for several tax seasons.



Boston Cares serves as a resource for volunteers throughout the city of Boston and has regularly provided the Boston EITC with a significant portion of our tax season volunteer complement.




Jewish Vocational Service has been an innovative leader providing unparalleled workforce development services to the Greater Boston community for over 60 years, cultivating strong relationships with clients and employers and achieving an excellent track record of results.


Suffolk University is a major contributor to the EITC Coalition. Suffolk provides us with computer lab space for our volunteer tax preparer training sessions, as well as student volunteers.

The Mayor's Health Line at the Boston Public Health Commission is the oldest operating information and referral line in the state, connecting consumers with the health care they need.



Greater Boston Legal Services has been the Boston EITC's legal resource for several seasons.

State Street Bank has supported the coalition with funds and has provided volunteers for seveal years. 


1199 Service Employees International Union is one of Massachusetts fastest growing service unions with 11,000 health care employees from Boston to Cape Cod to Pittsfield. Their mission is to improve the lives of working people and their families and lead the way to a more just and humane society.




American Consumer Credit Counseling has provided the Boston EITC Coalition with volunteer credit advisors and with funds to support our credit advising program.



The Boston Housing Authority houses approximately 10 percent of the city's residents through its programs. The BHA also provides affordable housing through the administration of several rental assistance programs.



Goodwill Industries will enhance the quality and dignity of life for individuals, families, and communities on a global basis, through the power of work, by eliminating barriers to opportunity for people with special needs, and by facilitating empowerment, self-help, and service through dedicated, autonomous local organizations.

 - For Cape Verdeans - is a global community of Cape Verdeans and friends of Cape Verde, its culture, its people, and its immigrant communities worldwide.

Citizens Bank is a funder and a supporter of the campaign. With the help of Citizens Bank we are striving to open bank accounts for those who rely on check cashing services and provide options to those receiving large tax refunds to save their money and build assets.

Sovereign Bank is a funder and supporter, opening bank accounts at the tax sites. 


The Boston Private Bank and Trust Company supports the efforts of the coalition with funds and resources.





Boston Connects, Inc. (BCI) is the non-profit organization charged by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development to implement the strategies of Boston’s Empowerment Zone.



Clipper Ship Foundation was founded in 1979 by David Parmely Weatherhead. The foundation makes grants to federally tax qualified nonprofit organizations offering human services to individuals living in Greater Boston (cities and towns lying on or within Route 128) or the cities of Lawrence and Brockton. Priority is given to those organizations devoted to helping the homeless and ill-housed, the destitute, the handicapped, children and the aged, or addressing the needs of new immigrants and other needy communities and neighborhoods. Special consideration will also be given to emergency disaster situations, worldwide.


Clowes Fund, Inc. is a family foundation established in 1952, in Indianapolis, Indiana; which makes grants in Indianapolis; Seattle, Washington; and northern New England to support human services, education and the arts.


Mabel Louise Riley Foundation helps organizations to address important community-wide concerns or critical issues, or to achieve a broad impact for the public’s benefit, rather than to meet routine needs. In establishing a general purpose foundation, Miss Riley’s only suggestion to her trustees was that particular consideration be given to the needs of children and youth. The Mabel Louise Riley Foundation began operation as an active member of Boston’s philanthropic community in May 1972


Cathay Bank was initially founded 2002 for the purpose of raising and administering funds for community based nonprofit organizations.


Bank of America has been providing the Boston EITC with volunteers for several seasons.