This fall, College and Career Success Pathways Director Portsha Franklin was invited to present at Boston Children’s Hospitals Community Health Showcase. Her presentation provides an overview of West End House’s work with college-enrolled alumni and offers updates on our COVID-19 response as it relates to this program.
We are thrilled to announce that the Cummings Foundation has elevated its initial grant award to a 10-year commitment totaling $500,000 in support for our College and Career Program. This incredibly generous grant, part of their highly competitive Sustaining Grants initiative, is an unprecedented multi-year investment in our college-enrolled youth. The future looks even... read more »
It’s not often that a community gets to honor a living legend. An outdoor art installation honoring Bill “Snoopy” Margolin was recently unveiled on the north side of the West End House adjacent to Ringer Park. Bill Margolin continues to influence generations of young people in Allston-Brighton and beyond. His tenure with West End... read more »
Congratulations to all of the West End House alumni who graduated this spring! Please join us in wishing these fifteen young people luck with their future plans and goals! Their diligence, leadership, and unbelievable inner strength will take them far.
In response to the evolving public health emergency, West End House has moved swiftly to understand and meet the needs of our community. We continue to offer high-quality and interactive youth development programming, thoughtfully adapted to evolving health and safety guidelines. Family Food Program While in the past, we provided on-site meals and nutrition... read more »