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Board Profiles

Executive Director Profile

Staff Profiles

Funding

How You Can Help

 


About EBECC

Mission Statement
Founded in 1978 to promote racial harmony, East Boston Ecumenical Community Council (EBECC) is a neighborhood-based organization that today promotes the advancement of Latino immigrants of all ages through education, services, advocacy, community organizing, and leadership development. By participating in EBECC programs, newcomers build support networks and acquire information and skills to achieve their own goals. By participating in EBECC organizing initiatives, individuals engage in collective action to improve the quality of life in East Boston and to advance immigrant rights at the local, state, and national levels.

Board of Directors
A Board of Directors oversees EBECC. The nine members live or work in East Boston.  Click here to see Board Member Profiles.

Executive Director
In March 2007, Frank M. Ramirez became EBECC's new Executive Director.   Visit our website again soon for more information about this exciting change.

Staff
A staff of 20 carries out EBECC’s programs.  Most are fluent in Spanish as well as English and many are themselves Latino immigrants. Click here to see Staff Profiles.

Funding
Support from the United Way of Massachusetts Bay, grants from foundations and corporations, and government contracts, along with program fees and contributions from individuals, make EBECC’s work possible. Click here for Funding Information

How You Can Help
EBECC gratefully accepts gifts of cash, in-kind donations, and volunteer time.  Click here for How You Can Help

 

GOALS members visit the State House.

An immigration counselor assists a client.

ASPIRE participants complete their homework.

Students learn English.

United Way of Massachusetts