This Park Ave neighbor invested in her leadership skills while becoming a U.S. Citizen!

Juan & Christian

These Park Ave youth are growing in experience and confidence as they serve their neighborhood as “Roving Listeners”!

Diamonds (revisited)

These Park Ave youth (now young adults) showed leading lasting change is a game of years, not months, while changing the face of soccer in their neighborhood for generations to come.

Tiffany & Luis

These local leaders started making change in Park Ave at an early age and are carrying forward that change through every phase of life.


This long-term Walnut Hill neighbor is making her neighborhood a village of support for others.


Ana grew in Park Ave and now she’s leading the way in ensuring the future generation has a thriving Park Ave to grow up in!


Cesar is paying a transformative role in uniting and strengthening Park Ave for current and future generations to come!


This 2022 Park Ave Neighborhood Hero has been investing his community since middle school.


This 2022 Walnut Hill Neighborhood Hero hasn’t let communication barriers stop her from serving her neighbors.

Xochitl, Odilia, & Fanny

These three leaders worked together to make exercise accessible to all in their neighborhood.


This Park Ave mom led the way in starting a neighborhood soccer club.


If his past track record is any indication of his future impact, it’s a good bet that Ruben will be playing an active role in helping his immigrant neighbors make a home for many years to come.


Meet inCOMMON’s 2021 Neighborhood Hero Award Winner for Walnut Hill!


Meet inCOMMON’s 2021 Neighborhood Hero Award Winner for Park Avenue!


Through one young leader, and one blank wall, Park Ave now has one more place to come together to celebrate the color and vibrancy of this unique community

Sulvey & Miguel

These new US Citizens have fueled their success through hard work, big dreams, and persistent faith.


She’s been an ESL student, has volunteered as a Block Connector for the past 2 years, and was among the inaugural graduating class of our Local Leader School.

The Diamonds

Today, because this group of young leaders, there’s a new soccer field located in Hanscom Park for the Diamonds, and generations that come behind them, to enjoy. 


Anna and her two kids came to inCOMMON’s Bristol Apartments after fleeing a dangerous situation of domestic violence.


Because of Arturo, and the local leadership he’s developing, future generations who grow up in Park Ave will have opportunities he never did.

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