At Seven Hills, our mission is to promote and encourage the empowerment of children and adults with significant challenges so that each may pursue their highest possible degree of personal well-being and independence. Our professional staff is passionate about our work that helps people SEE the possibilities, BELIEVE in themselves, and ACHIEVE their dreams.Get Involved Now View Events Calendar
VSA Massachusetts (VSA MA) is grateful to the City of Boston for the grant award of $2,500 through the Charlestown Community Impact Fund. Grant funds will be used towards providing band instruction to students with autism participating in VSA MA’s COOL (Creative Outlook On Learning) Schools program at Charlestown High School.
During this past summer and fall, multiple youth at Stetson School had the opportunity to participate in an exciting program through the Chill Foundation - a six-week curriculum that uses board sports to teach life skills and increase self-esteem. This unique program works with juvenile justice programs and schools, as well as social service, foster care, and mental health agencies to provide experiential learning.
We believe that every person deserves to live with as much independence and confidence as possible. At the 3rd Annual Assistive Technology (AT) Expo, we will provide an opportunity to learn more about assistive technology, gathering together companies and organizations from around Massachusetts.
The National Grid Foundation has awarded Seven Hills ASPiRE! $25,000 towards the Workforce Readiness and Employment program. These much-appreciated funds will be used to support a new community-based workforce readiness and job-training site, Seven Hills Café, located in the former Stearns Tavern that was relocated to Coes Reservoir and park.
VSA Massachusetts, an affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation, would like to thank the J. Irving and Jane L. England Charitable Trust for their generous grant award of $7,500 to support the Open Door Gallery at the Worcester Art Museum.