Glow Gala - Save the Date, Nov. 16, 2017

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Glow Gala 2017 - Thursday, November 16, 2017

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Have an item or experience for silent auction or raffle? Click here.

Interested in showcasing your Eco-Art at Glow? Click here. 

About Glow Gala

Each year Groundwork Lawrence helps thousands of Lawrence residents, youth, businesses, and community organizations “change places and change lives,” tackling our community’s most intractable challenges. Groundwork’s Glow Gala and Annual Fundraiser supports that work and helps to sustain the “glow” of our impact in the community. Proceeds from this event directly support our environmental and open space programs, youth education and employment initiatives, food access programs and community events.

Glow Gala Committee Members 2017

John Begley
Caitlin Campbell
Terry Cappuccio
Jaime Chemaly
Jessica Colcord
Rachel Concepcion
Gerry-Lynn Darcy
Paula Doucette
Paul Erhard
Pati Fernandez
Kelsey Flannery
Rosa Lopez
Nathan Macedo
Robert Miles
Charlene Morin
Wanny Munoz
Myrna Percibal
Julianne Post
Diane Senno

See photos from 2016's event here!

2016 Planting a Legacy

Planting trees in residential neighborhoods 23286543665_1f2c9df7d9_m.jpgreduces energy bills, absorbs floodwaters, improves water quality and reduces runoff and erosion. This year, Glow
Gala will highlight our "GreenStreets" initiative. With support from the Massachusetts Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, GWL has embarked on a journey to plant 2,400 trees in Lawrence over the next three years. Glow Gala 2016 is on Nov. 17.




To learn more about our sponsorship opportunities, see here

Glow Gala 2016 is supported in part by Lead Sponsor, New Balance Foundation.


Thank you for their leadership support of Groundwork Lawrence.

Premier Sponsor: Bank of America

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Benefactor Sponsor: Lupoli Companies

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What is Eco-Art?

  • It incorporates at least one of the “4 R’s” (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repair)._MG_2915
  • It promotes environmental awareness.
  • It educates others about environmental injustice, and/or conveys a vision for addressing it.
  • It is comprised of environmentally-friendly materials.

Learn more here