GraVoc Charitable Foundation President Catherine Gravel, along with members of the Foundation, met with Laura M. Meisenhelter, Executive Director of North Shore Community Action Programs (NSCAP), to present them with a $10,000 contribution for the Come Together Annual Gala honoring Essex County Community Foundation (ECCF) and Citizen’s Inn Director, Corey Jackson. The Come Together Annual Gala is taking place on Friday, May 13th, 2022 from 6:00-9:00pm at the DoubleTree Hotel in Danvers.
NSCAP selected ECCF to receive the Presidential Award which recognizes an organization’s exemplary contribution to alleviate the hardships of poverty in our community. NSCAP selected Corey Jackson, Executive Director of Citizens Inn, to receive the Frederick E. Berry Community Service Award. NSCAP established this award in recognition of Senator Berry’s inspiring leadership and his dedication to improving the lives of low-income families and individuals while recognizing the needs of those without a voice. David and Catherine Gravel were the proud recipients of this prestigious award on May 11, 2018, and are delighted to congratulate this year’s recipient Corey Jackson, as well as Presidential Award winner, Essex County Community Foundation.
North Shore Community Programs (NSCAP) empowers people to achieve social and economic stability through services and education in partnership with the community. They are the designated anti-poverty agency for Beverly, Danvers, Peabody, and Salem. They also serve residents of eighteen other communities in Essex County. They help provide low-income families and individuals with the skills and knowledge they need to become economically independent, civically engaged, and able to live with dignity.
GraVoc Charitable Foundation President Catherine Gravel stated, “Senator Berry was a strong advocate of education, human services, and children. Supporting The Senator Frederick E. Berry Community Service Award, the Presidential Award, and North Shore Community Action Programs is both an honor and a privilege, affording us the opportunity to help strengthen the fabric of our community and make an impact on the lives of those less fortunate.”
The mission of the GraVoc Charitable Foundation is to assist and engage in activities that serve charitable, educational, literary, or scientific purposes, as well as create, strong, well-organized relationships throughout the community. We are thrilled to welcome NSCAP as a community partner.
About the GraVoc Charitable Foundation:
GraVoc has decided to use a portion of our annual profits to form the GraVoc Charitable Foundation, Inc. The Foundation’s purpose is to assist and engage in activities that serve charitable, educational, literary, or scientific purposes, as well as to create strong, well-organized relationships throughout the community. Learn more about our Foundation by clicking below.
In the photo from left to right: Debbie MacGregor-GraVoc Charitable Foundation, Mary Bellavance-GraVoc Charitable Foundation, Nathaniel Gravel-GraVoc Charitable Foundation, Laura M. Meinsenhelter, Executive Director NSCAP, Catherine Gravel, President-GraVoc Charitable Foundation, David Gravel-GraVoc Charitable Foundation, Dan Vassallo-GraVoc Charitable Foundation and Brian Gravel-GraVoc Charitable Foundation
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