Violence Transformed Participating Artists Announced

Violence Transformed is an annual celebration of the power of art, artists and art-making to address and transcend contemporary violence. Join us on March 4th for the opening reception at the Harriet Tubman Gallery. Click here to learn more.

Introducing our New CEO, Maicharia Z. Weir Lytle

“We are absolutely delighted to welcome Maicharia to the USES family,” said Bill Meserve, Chair of the USES Board and of its Search Committee. “The Search Committee and the Board concluded unanimously that Maicharia has the right combination of experience, energy, enthusiasm, passion and interpersonal skills to lead USES effectively as our new CEO.

Maicharia has over fifteen years of executive leadership and management, fundraising, community development, program management, and alliance management experience in Boston’s nonprofit sector. Click here to read more.

Hoo Ya! Camp Hale! 2015 Registration Now Open

Each summer, 200 young men and women ages 6 to 16 years old trade the streets of Boston for lakeside cabins in the heart of the White Mountains, located on Squam Lake in New Hampshire. For more information and to register your child, click here.


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.


What does United South End Settlements help our community of participants achieve? Click here to learn.