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Administration

237 East 104th Street
New York, NY 10029

Contact

Susan Puder
Director of Development & Communications
spuder@unionsettlement.org
(212) 828-6024

Toasting Union Settlement

“Toasting Union Settlement”
Virtual Fall Reception
Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Toasting Union Settlement is our annual fall reception celebrating the work of Union Settlement and the East Harlem community. The 2020 event will be all virtual!

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Spring Benefit

Union Settlement Spring Benefit


In light of the current circumstances, we unfortunately are canceling our Spring Benefit, which was scheduled to take place on April 21st at Gotham Hall. Each year, our Spring Benefit raises critical funds that enable us to provide crucial services to the residents of East Harlem. This year’s gala was going to be an especially celebratory evening for us as we mark our 125th Anniversary.

However, even though our gala is canceled, the need for services in our community has only increased. People living in poverty will experience additional economic and medical risks related to this pandemic and its repercussions, and we hope we can count on you to make a gift to support this most vulnerable population.

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Union Settlement Ethnic Festival

Ethnic Festival
Postponed- check back in Fall 2020

Union Settlement’s Ethnic Festival is a day-long celebration of East Harlem and its unique meeting of cultures through music, dance, arts and crafts, ethnic cuisine and educational activities for all ages. It attracts thousands of residents and visitors from the greater New York City area through its rich and varied offerings. The 2020 Ethnic Festival is extra special as it serves as our community “birthday party” celebrating Union Settlement’s 125 years serving East Harlem!

The festival takes place on an entire block of East 104th Street (between Second and Third Avenues).