Resources & Activities

Dear Neighbors and Friends of South Boston:

The South Boston Association of Non-Profits (SBANP) was established in 2000 to bring together South Boston non-profits to proactively assess needs within our community, share information, strengthen services and enhance partnerships and collaborations. The SBANP is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization, governed by a Board of Directors and dozens of dues paying members. The members represent a wide range of services including pre-school, youth development, family development, art, housing, education, civic engagement, substance abuse prevention, mental health, animal, senior citizens and more.

The SBANP provides a platform for timely communication and sharing of opportunities. Our e-mail distribution list is comprised of organizations, local businesses, elected officials and individual residents. We have also emerged as a coordinated entity to collectively impact community-wide issues and challenges, including substance abuse (Gillette Hope Grant, Hope & Recovery Forum); art opportunities (Young At Arts); under-aged drinking (South Boston CAN Reduce Underage Drinking, A Family Friendly St. Patrick’s/Evacuation Day celebration); and more.

We also would like to introduce you to our web site. The web site address is The content includes a South Boston Resource Guide and Activity Guide, a list and links to member agencies, a youth calendar and fundraising calendar. Special thanks to our PR and Marketing Committee including: Sr. Maryadele Robinson (Laboure) and Andrew Motta (Artists for Humanity), for developing the web site. The Youth Calendar is coordinated by Carrie Hilliker (Laboure) and a very special acknowledgement to Patti Callahan (South Boston Collaborative Center) for assembling the South Boston Resource Guide and Activity Guide (4th version).

We are grateful to all who have played a part in the growth of this important community resource. We meet every month and encourage anyone who may be interested in keeping our community strong and vibrant to contact us.

Harry Duvall
South Boston Boys & Girls Club 
President, SBANP