Latest News and Events

The Neighborhood Gala

April 26, 2016, 6:00 - 9:00 pm

Save the date for The Neighborhood Gala, a celebration of United South End Settlements' programs and our impact over the past year. The evening will be filled with inspiration, friendship, and food from some of the South End's best restaurants. Join the party.

Call for Photography: Shut It Down!

Shut It Down!, a photography exhibition and community event coming to the Harriet Tubman Gallery in April, is looking for photography that captured activism energy in the Greater Boston area related to the Black Lives Matter movement between spring 2014 and summer 2015. Learn more.

Recruitment and Resource Fair

On Wednesday, February 10 from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm USES’ Workforce Readiness department is hosting a variety of recruiters and resources that provide services in Early Childhood Education, Higher Education, Senior Wellness, Healthcare, Hospitality, Immigration, Career Counseling, Training Programs, and more. Learn more.

Children's Art Centre Community Art Classes

Did you know that when children learn with all of their senses, their brain connections are stronger and their memories last longer? Join your child in the CAC's Community Art Classes in late February through March to have fun, get messy, and build theirs (and your) skills. Learn more and sign up.

Stereotypes Artist's Talk

On December 7, photographer Kevin Briggs visited the Harriet Tubman House for the STEREOTYPES gallery opening reception and artist's talk. Courtesy of the WGBH Forum Network, you can watch a video and hear what Kevin has to say about his motivations and experiences as an African-American male. Watch the video.

Meet the Team USES 2016 Boston Marathon Runners

We're proud to announce our two Team USES runners for the 2016 Boston Marathon: Becca Bagdigian and Derek Lessing! They are helping our neighbors “run toward success” by raising $15,000 by race day on April 18, 2016. Meet the runners.


To build a strong community by improving the education, health, safety and economic security of low-income individuals and families in Boston’s historic South End/Lower Roxbury and to serve as a national model of successful neighborhood engagement.