• Members Testify At State House to Lift Ban on Rent Control

    The bill to lift the ban on rent control would help keep people in our homes at a time when the cost of housing in Massachusetts is higher than it’s ever been – a critical first step in addressing the housing crisis. 

  • Save the Date: N2N’s Year-End Celebration is December 7!

    You are invited to Neighbor to Neighbor’s year-end celebration on Thursday, December 7th from 6:00-7:00 p.m. on Zoom. As always, our end-of-year party is about celebrating the work we’ve done …

  • Holyoke Renters Win an Office of Tenant Protection

    Today, Mayor Joshua Garcia announced that he will be working on creating an Office of Tenant Protection in Holyoke at a rally at City Hall organized by Neighbor to Neighbor. 

  • This is what tenant power looks like

    Check it out: nearly 50 tenants rallied at Springfield City Hall last week to demand that the city include renters in conversations on the housing crisis.

  • We bought a kitchen!

    A place to organize community members, practice governing together and support food justice in our community – a mission we began with ownership of the Dwight Street Garden.

  • Ballots Over Bars

    Did you know that for every 100,000 people who live in Massachusetts, 275 are incarcerated? That rate is higher than almost any democracy in the world. And speaking of democracy, …

  • Press Release: Members of the Zero Carbon Renovation Fund Coalition, Advocates Testify in Support of Zero Carbon Renovation Fund Legislation

    Passing S.2365 would provide essential funding to improve the quality of our housing while making it energy efficient.

  • One thing that could make lives better for 64% of people in Holyoke

    Back in December, Holyoke Mayor Joshua Garcia committed to creating a committee that would explore building out an Office of Tenant Protections so renters have somewhere to turn when landlords …

  • A Transition

    Thank you for allowing me the enormous privilege of working with you to build power for working-class communities across Massachusetts.