For over 50 years, the South End Historical Society has worked to promote the rich history of the South End and to preserve its architectural integrity through advocacy, education and documentation. SEHS also encourages research, conservation, and education to promote interest in our historic neighborhood. The South End Historical Society is one of the primary contributors to the preservation of the South End’s architectural fabric. Please donate below to help us preserve this beautiful landmark district and to promote its history.

Our Annual Appeal

Thank you for your generosity over the years as we have worked to restore our building. We hope you have had a chance to see the work that your donations have allowed us to do. Over the last few years, you have helped us to restore our front stoop and newel posts, repair and restore the oriel over the front door, and repair our roof. This past year, we replaced the non-historic windows and restored the historic windows in our building with a Community Preservation grant from the City of Boston and your generous donations.

We are pleased to announce that the City of Boston has awarded us a $300,000  Community Preservation grant to pay for a substantial portion of repairing the deteriorating brownstone details on our building’s façade, repairing and reinstalling the cast iron elements, and repairing the rear oriel. As we continue to restore and preserve our headquarters, we hope to set an example for the standards of restoration that we feel should be maintained throughout the historic district; however, we cannot do this without your support.

We hope that you will consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us raise the money for this important work.

Donate today by clicking the link below!

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