Join us for this great community event! It’s free to participate and all are welcomed! Food, music, raffles, and an approximate 3-mile walk, with an option for a shorter route.
What: HCA’s 20th Walk for Affordable Housing
When: Sunday, May 21, 2023 | 12-3PM
Where: Winfield Robbins Memorial Garden | 700 Mass Ave (next to Robbins Library)
The event is rain or shine! In case of steady rain, we will have a slightly altered — but still fun — event, starting inside Town Hall. Check here for details if the weather looks rainy.
Check out these Raffle Items:
Arlington Bakery gift certificate
Arlington Paper Pieces artwork by Abigail McMurray
Blue Ribbon BBQ gift certificate
Book Rack gift certificate
Capitol Theatre & Somerville Theatre movie tickets
Cookie Time Bakery gift certificates
Quebrada gift certificate for 6-inch cake
Murray Muscular Therapy Associates gift certificate
Playtime Crafts gift certificate
Red Sox Memorabilia: Autographed Photo of Pitcher Tanner Houk
Roasted Granola gift certificate
Tickets to the June 29th Red Sox vs. Marlins game donated by Winchester Savings Bank
Vincent’s Barber Shop gift certificate
Stop & Shop Gift Card donated by First Baptist Church of Arlington
Yes! Your Eco Source products bag
For any questions, please see the HCA website, or reach out to Erica Schwarz: ([email protected] | 781-859-5294 x1)
Want to help fundraise for the Walk?
Invite your friends to support HCA’s mission by setting up your own fundraising page for the Walk! OR donate today!
Community Investment Tax Credit Program (CITC)
If you have at least $500 to contribute, consider becoming a CITC donor!
Donors* who contribute at least $1`,000 to HCA can use the Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC) to get a 50% rebate on their gift when they file their state taxes in Massachusetts!
If you donate $5,000 you will get $2,500 back. If you donate $10,000, you will get $5,000 back. It’s that simple!
After you make your donation, you will receive instructions on how to log in and complete a simple online form. Then you will receive a document that you will use when you file your state taxes. Even if you don’t owe any taxes, you will receive the 50% rebate back from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
CITC is designed to make it easy for you to invest in your community. In 2022, the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development awarded HCA another $200,000 in credits. Your donations using HCA’s CITC creates and maintains new and existing affordable housing developments, supports families through our Homelessness Prevention Grant Program, and provides other social services such as financial literacy, employment services, and a computer lab.