Who we are?

The Dominican Development Center is a nonprofit organization run and directed by immigrants’ residents of Boston Massachusetts. Our mission is to develop and empower 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. Social justice is the soul our actions. Our volunteers are committee to develop all kind organizing actions to promote a world free of justice and racism in our communities.

Our principles our guiding us in the process of making justice. We promote coloration and foster a spirit of solidarity for all immigrants.

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