Our Mission

The Dominican Development Center (DDC) embraces a future of equal representation, equal rights and equal power for all immigrant families, hopes to establish a real conversation among immigrant communities and allow them to have a voice in public debates that impact the life of immigrants and their families.


It’s important for us to be as clear about what we do as the empowering of the Latino communities in need. This list details a majority of our recent initiatives that we need your participation in.

- Organizing for Inmigration Reform

- Inmigrant Organizing Leadership Program

- Inmigrant Learning Initiative

Current Programs

  • English as Second Language
  • Citizenship Help
  • Referral & Advise on Immigration Issues
  • Provide support and information for Domestic violence, obesity
  • Leadership Development

We do this through the programming of educational and leadership opportunities which would allow our members to learn and take full advantage of what this country has to offer, and by this have a productive life. This mission is accomplished by providing programs and activities that bring together longtime residents and newcomers of all ages and diverse backgrounds to achieve our dreams of social justice and political representation 

The Dominican Development Center is a nonprofit organization led and directed by immigrants’ tesidents of Boston Massachusetts. Our mission is to develop and empower Dominican immigrants and immigrants representing all communities. We strive to improve the quality of life for our members by promoting immigration issues that might affect our communities, including but not limited to current immigration laws, legal procedure, immigration and human rights among other. 


The Lives We Impact

August 2014

Women Leadership Worker's initiative


March 2014

International Women Conference

May 2014

Health Day