Cambridge Neighbors (CN), a 501c3 nonprofit organization founded in 2007 by Cambridge residents, offers a helping hand to people who are determined to enjoy their retirement years in their own homes and neighborhoods. We provide programs, services and professional staff to help you with the everyday challenges that arise during the transitions of aging. We help you stay connected intellectually and socially with a wide variety of educational, cultural and social opportunities. CN serves residents 50+ of Arlington, Belmont, Cambridge, Somerville & Watertown.
Our members know that preparing for an efficient, vibrant old age is exactly like saving for retirement or taking out insurance. As they age, our members know they must act together in self-defense and exert their market power. Cambridge Neighbors members know that our society needs elders to stay home to control the costs of an aging population.
We and 305 other villages across the nation are the practical example for a huge majority of all elders. CN is not just for emergencies and extreme needs. It's about striding with a sense of purpose to embrace life after 50.
The mission of Cambridge Neighbors is to create for our members peace of mind so that they can continue to enjoy urban life in a multi-generational and multi-cultural setting.
Cambridge Neighbors services residents 50+ in Arlington, Belmont, Cambridge, Somerville and Watertown.