United Way

Ellis has been a proud United Way funded agency since 1989. United Way’s leadership and advocacy on the issue of early education are exemplified by the 10-year Thrive in Five initiative, a private-public partnership spearheaded by former Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino with significant planning and funding from United Way to “ensure that all children will be ready for sustained school success.”  
Today, our partnership with United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley provides a comprehensive range of resources including
General operating support 
Targeted individual donations
Volunteer programs
Board development and recruitment
Technical assistance, advocacy and teaching/learning materials through a number of initiatives focused on early childhood education, youth development programs, early reading programs and summer learning loss programs. 
Learn more at http://supportunitedway.org or visit some of the links below:


What's Happening


We hope all the Ellis mothers had a lovely Mother’s Day! There were flowers, crowns, and arts & crafts at our celebration last week when we welcomed them to a party fit for a queen.  




66 Berkeley Renovation

There is paint on the walls! The details are starting to come together over at the 66 Berkeley Street renovation project and we can’t wait to see it completed.

Check back here for updates on our renovation of 66 Berkeley Street

See all the recent progress in our photo gallery.