Charlestown Neighborhood Council
The Charlestown Neighborhood Council (CNC) is the officially elected representative body of the Charlestown neighborhood of the City of Boston, MA. It was founded in 1986. The CNC is responsible for facilitating dialogue within the Charlestown community and between the residents of Charlestown and the City of Boston, State and Local agencies and businesses on topics including:

  • Basic Services (Utilties, Parking, Trash Removal, Noise, Public Spaces) 
             Bill Galvin, Committee Chair Amanda Reinfeld, Co-Chair

The Neighborhood Council is composed of 21 community members, including seven elected precinct representatives, seven elected at-large representatives and seven appointed non-profit community organization representatives. 

This is the 4th year of funding from the Spaulding-CNC Community Partnership Fund. 30 grant applications from 19 organizations were submitted. On February 25 & 26 and March 6 & 7 the 2019 Spaulding-CNC Community Partnership Funds will host presentations by the non-profit organizations applying for grants. These presentations will be at 7:00 pm at the American Legion Hall on 23 Adams Street, Charlestown. To view the schedule of these presentations please click on the Community Fund page on this website.  

The public is encouraged to attend and hear about incredible programs led by our non-profits. Awards will be announced in early May 2019.
 See the 2019 Documents Page for details.  

If you need further information or have any questions contact any committee member listed below.
Your contact persons for the 2019 grants are:
From the CNC: Shelley Mogil and Katie Alitz and from 
Spaulding Rehab: Rebecca Kaiser at

2019 Spaulding-CNC Partnership Grant News