About the United Neighbors of Fitchburg
The United Neighbors of Fitchburg was founded in 1968 as the Cleghorn Neighborhood Center – a community-based, grassroots organization dedicated to addressing the inequities of poverty. The Center originally served the Cleghorn neighborhood’s French-Canadian immigrants. Today, the UNF operates the Cleghorn Neighborhood Center and the Cleghorn Youth Center, and continues to work with the immigrant community —now, predominantly Latino – and the entire city of Fitchburg to develop leaders and fight for social justice.
Mission / Vision
It is the mission of the United Neighbors of Fitchburg to promote and maintain a spirit of community among Fitchburg’s diverse peoples and neighborhoods, by fostering equitable economic, educational, health, cultural, social and recreational opportunities, unifying Fitchburg’s varied immigrant roots, past, present and future.
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