The CDC/BAC is an equal opportunity lender, employer and provider. In accordance with Federal law and US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, family/parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex, gender identity (including expression), sexual orientation, marital status, income derived from public assistance programs, political beliefs, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity funded by USDA.

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Welcome to the Quaboag Valley Community Development Corporation

Quaboag Valley Community Development Corporation is a member-based, non-profit organization committed to economic development and helping small businesses grow and prosper. Serving the 15 towns of the Quaboag Region and Southern Worcester County, QVCDC and its partner organization, Quaboag Valley Business Assistance Corporation (QVBAC) offer many  programs and services with a focus on community and economic development and supporting small business in our region.


About QVCDC Small Business Loans Training Programs

We proudly serve businesses in the towns of:  Belchertown  ·  Brimfield  ·  Brookfield  ·  Charlton  ·  Dudley  ·  East Brookfield  ·  Hardwick  ·  Holland  · Monson  ·  New Braintree  ·  North Brookfield  · Oxford  ·  Palmer  ·  Spencer  ·  Southbridge  ·  Sturbridge  ·  Wales  ·  Ware  ·  Warren  ·  West Brookfield

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Receive a

50% tax credit

in addition to your usual tax deductions

The Community Investment Tax Credit Program (CITC) makes dollars and sense.


Individuals, corporations, and non-profit organizations can invest in these credits and receive a state tax credit as well as a federal tax deduction. The CITC provides a 50% state tax credit for donations to qualified CDCs.


Visit our DONATIONS page for more information or email Sheila Cuddy, or call (413) 967-3001.