greater boston food bank volunteer opportunityMass Biotech Softball- United South End Settlement Harriet Tubman House Volunteer Opportunity

We are very excited to announce our first 2009 Massachusetts Biotech Softball League volunteer opportunity with United South End Settlement. This is a great opportunity give back to the community.

Join Our Team of Volunteers and Spend a Few Hours at the United South End Settlement Harriet Tubman House in Boston


Sunday, May 17th 2009 from 10AM-1PM

Download a United South End Settlement Harriet Tubman House brochure (pdf, 26KB)

Sign-up for the United South End Settlement Harriet Tubman House Volunteer Opportunity!

All Mass Biotech Softball League participants, co-workers, family, and friends are encouraged to volunteer. We will be painting the interior railings in their foyer, so with a good sized group, it shouldn’t take much time.

How to Sign-up

  • Sign-up at
  • Once you’ve received a confirmation e-mail, consider yourself signed up! Jane Kepros will send out a reminder, directions, and any necessary information for the volunteers a few days before the event.
  • Volunteer at United South End Settlement on Sunday, May 17th, 2009, from 10:00am-1:00pm. Please note: lunch will be served.
It’s that easy! Our goal is to recruit 15 people to volunteer.

Please contact Jane Kepros if you have further questions.

About United South End Settlement (USES)

USES' mission is to act as a catalyst, bringing together resources of participants, the community, and the agency to promote the stabilization and well-being of individuals and groups at risk within the community, nurture personal growth and development, build a sense of community, and foster an environment where all can thrive.

To fulfill its mission, USES provides comprehensive programs that address the needs of individuals and families, from infants to seniors, including pre-school and after-school child care, vacation and summer day camps, residential camping, family services, referrals and support, adult basic education and job readiness, computer classes and open access to technology in the Timothy Smith Computer Learning Center, and senior services such as home repair, benefits advocacy, health screenings and education, home visits and recreation.

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