As retirees and second home owners buy up housing stock, the local Cape Cod workforce struggles to bridge the housing-wage gap, often living in seasonal rentals and struggling to find affordable housing during peak summer months. Cape residents aged 25-44 have declined significantly as many cannot afford to live on Cape with income created from available jobs. EforAll opened its doors in 2018 to help bridge this housing-wage gap and has already supported entrepreneurs in 15 Cape communities.
Local Stories and News
Credit Union Times – February 14, 2020
Cape Cod Today – February 10, 2020
The New York Times – February 7, 2020
HubWeek – January 24, 2020
The Barnstable Patriot – January 15, 2020
Cape Cod Mentor Spotlight
What is your favorite part of being an EforAll Mentor?
“I love the community EforAll builds around its programs. It’s a great network, the events are fun, I always meet interesting people and learn about all kinds of different businesses. Not only are you connected to the entrepreneurs, it builds a strong network of other mentors and professionals in different industries.”
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Leadership Advisory Board
- Diane Coletti – DHR International
- Cyndy Cotton – Osterville Library
- Mike Fitzgerald – Commonwealth Capital
- Cynthia Furtado – Salt Pond Realty, LLP
- Rebecca Minard – SmartPak Equine
- Dan Richards – STRADS Consulting