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The original Harriet Tubman House, located on Holyoke Street in the South End, was a settlement house for African American women moving to Boston from the South to seek better opportunities for themselves and their families. Harriet Tubman was the Honorary President of the organization, which provided women with shelter, skills training, and a supportive community as they adjusted to their new environment.

We honor Harriet Tubman by carrying on the name of the Harriet Tubman House, and through the Harriet Tubman Society, a giving circle that recognizes and celebrates our most generous supporters. Membership in the Harriet Tubman Society is open to individuals who donate $1,000 or more each year. Harriet Tubman Society members receive the following:

•  Recognition in our online and print materials
•  Quarterly updates from our CEO
•  Invitations to our Harriet Tubman Gallery arts and culture events
•  A small gift as a token of our appreciation

Harriet Tubman’s legacy is about advancing opportunity and addressing inequality. She has shown us that one woman, driven by her values and vision, has the power to forever change the world.

Harriet Tubman Society Members

Amelia McCarthy and Drew Carlson
Amos and Barbara Hostetter
Amy and Ethan d’Ablemont-Burnes
Anabelle and Atle Skalleberg
Anne Lovett and Stephen Woodsum
Anne Marie Webster
Azra and Fiyaz Kanji
Bandita Joarder and Eric Hankwitz
Benjamin Rubenstein and Arienne Bistany
Caimin O’Beirne
Camille Preston and Mark Newhall
Carl Long
Charles and Ethel Hamann
Christopher and Ruth Lawler
Daniel O’Neill
David and Katie Beeston
David Hacin and Tim Grafft
Derek Lessing and Catherine Thut
Ed Mulherin
Elisabeth and Stephen Jenks
Elisabeth de Boer
Emily and Greg Woods
Friedrich and Antonia Von Gottberg
Garret Weston and Ashley Stolba
George and Lizbeth Krupp
Jacqueline and Graig Fantuzzi
James and Margaret Wade
James Sanford and Jean Doyle
Jean Lovett
Jennifer and Peter Bagdigian
Jennifer Coplon and Robert Frank
Jennifer Gelfand
Jessica and Nik Shah
Jo Ann Rothschild and and Lewis Rosenburg
Joan and Edwin Tiffany
John and Tappy Kimpel
John and Tashia Morgridge
John Holland
John Jurczynski & Kathy Wheeler
John Yates and Ellen Sheets
Joyce Lee and Gurinder Grewal
Judith Thut
Julia and Peter Johannsen
Julian and Gail Coolidge
Karl Bandtel and Farley Urmston
Katherine Lessing
Kenneth Kruckemeyer and Barbara Knecht
Kevin Hepner
Leslie and Austin Furst
Lisa and Gregg Stone
Lisa Gruenberg and Martin Carmichael
Lisa Rosenbaum
Louis and Leesa Mercedes
Mary Bagdigian
Mary Connolly
Maura Flaherty
Meredith and Andrew Bullock
Michael and Liana Krupp
Murray and Jean Swindell
Nancy Bush Ellis
Nancy Dempze and Daniel Bailey
Nicholas and Julie Haddad
Nicholas Reed
Nicolas Massard and Emily McComb
Niraj and Jill Shah
Patrick Miller
Patrick Planeta
Paul and Ella Miller
Paul Guitard
Peter and Joanne Ziesing
Peter von Mertens
Philip Preston
Rafe and Priscilla Lowell
Rebecca and Peter Forkner
Richard Soden
Richard Stern and Lance Goodman
Robert Barney
Ronald Weir
Rosemary and Lewis Lloyd
Roslyn Watson
Roy Guyton
Samuel and Gail Murdough
Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot
Shepley Metcalf
Spencer Glendon and Lisa Tung
Steven and Alexi Conine
Steven Cohen
Stuart and Karen Watson
The Macomber Family
Thomas Beach
W Robert and Leslie Dahl
William and Carolyn Aliski
William and Cynthia Marcus
William and Nancy Dailey
William and Pamela Meserve
Yalem Ayalew and Al Desta

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.