Mission: Engage neighbors and volunteers to build and nurture strong communities characterized by god's shalom.
Programs: The organization works to create a thriving community and fulfill their mission by: involving neighbors as leaders in community improvement projects, investing in local youth and families and providing new resources (e. G. Volunteers, technical assistance) within the talbot-norfolk triangle neighborhood. The mission is anchored in a model of establishing neighborhood ministry houses in under-resourced communities. Neighbors utilize these safe havens as gathering places, resource centers and centralized locations for volunteer engagement and community organizing. The organization has three primary programmatic areas including youth and family ministries, community organizing and volunteer engagement. The organization uses a principle-driven framework from the christian community development association (www. Ccda. Org) to guide their work in a neighborhood context. The 13-street neighborhood, the talbot-norfolk triangle, is located on the south side of boston in the dorchester section of the city. The boston project ministries may serve as a sponsor for projects that are in alignment with their mission. Tbpm's board of directors approves all fiscal sponsor relationships.