Mission Hill
Neighborhood Housing Services

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Mission Statement

Mission Hill Neighborhood Housing Services (MHNHS) is a community-based nonprofit housing and economic development organization committed to the revitalization and stabilization of the Mission Hill neighborhood. 

MHNHS strives to involve all segments of the community in planning housing and economic development activities designed to preserve Mission Hill’s unique character, improve the standard of living of its lower income residents, and enhance the quality of life for everyone on Mission Hill.  The development and maintenance of stable, decent, and affordable housing for low- and moderate-income people is one of the primary purposes of MHNHS.




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Sign-up to attend FREE art classes at Kevin Fitzgerald Park!!


An instructor from the Hyde Park Arts Association will lead the class. All supplies included! Drawing and watercolor & acrylic painting.

These classes will occur every Thursday in June 2022 from 10-11:30am in Fitz Park. You need to register to attend (to register, email intern@missionhillnhs.org), and you can register for 1, 2, 3, or all 4 classes.

Mark your calendars... Mission Hill NHS's 48th Annual Meeting is next month!

Join us for this wonderful community event on Thursday, June 23, 2022. Sign-in and refreshments (from Penguin Pizza!) start at 5:30pm, with the Business Program beginning at 6pm. Meet us outside at the One Brigham Circle Plaza located at 1620 Tremont St.

We will have a brief program report, awards, guest speakers, and election of the 2022 Board of Directors. Directly following that will be an amazing concert by Soul of Boston!!!

Stay tuned on who our special guest speaker will be...

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Head over to the Boston Public Library, Central Library (in Copley Square) on Thursday, May 26th at 5:30pm for the Documentary Premiere of Latino Pioneers in Boston. This documentary features a very special member - our very own MHNHS President, María Sánchez!! 

María has been a prominent affordable housing activist throughout her time in Boston, and she was instrumental in the construction of 30 Gurney Street, which was named the "María Sánchez House" to recognize her dedication.