The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston promotes economic growth in lower-income communities by convening stakeholders, conducting research, and identifying approaches that work. Our current areas of focus are to: 1) strengthen the prospects of smaller cities in New England; 2) promote household financial stability; 3) increase community development lending; and 4) promote equal access to housing resources.
June 23, 2014
Gateway to community development resources from all 12 Federal Reserve Banks and the Federal Reserve Board of Governors
January 15, 2014
Six Massachusetts Cities Win Competition Focused on Cross-sector Civic Collaboration
Fed chairman Bernanke, Governor Patrick, and Boston Fed's Rosengren celebrate the hard work of all 20 entrants in $1.8M competition
August 4, 2013
Central Premise Blog
From the nation’s central bank comes a team of bloggers with a central premise: The Fed works toward the economic well-being of all.