GraVoc Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Giving back to our communities

“It’s better to give than to receive.”

Since our inception, GraVoc has lived by this simple, yet powerful statement. Our team is guided by the common purpose of enriching our local communities and fostering meaningful connections with our neighbors. We believe in giving back to the communities and cities in which we do business with in any way we can, whether that be through funding, volunteering or by sharing our technology skills and knowledge.

In 2022, we decided to use a portion of our annual profits to form the GraVoc Charitable Foundation, Inc. Through this foundation, we hope to expand on our giving opportunities and be more consistent in our giving. Our goal is to assist and engage in activities that serve charitable, educational, literacy, or scientific purposes as well create strong, well-organized relationships throughout the community.

Recent Contributions

GraVoc Donates $5,000 towards Youth Concert for Higgins 6th Graders

On May 31st, 2022 GraVoc Charitable Foundation met with Josh Vadala, Superintendent of Peabody Public Schools, and Jon Simmons, Director of Performing Arts, to present them with a $5,000 donation towards the production of a Youth Concert with the Hillyer Festival Orchestra for Higgins 6th graders.

GraVoc Donates $50,000 to Northeast Arc’s Campaign for Linking Lives

On May 4th, 2022, GraVoc Charitable Foundation met with Craig Welton, Chief Development Officer of Northeast Arc, to present him with a $50,000 contribution for their campaign for Linking Lives.

GraVoc Donates $10,000 to NSCAP Come Together Annual Gala

On April 20th, 2022, GraVoc Charitable 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.

GraVoc Donates $10,000 to Peabody Education Foundation

On April 4th, 2022, GraVoc Charitable Foundation met with representatives of the Peabody Education Foundation (PEF), to present them with a $10,000 donation to help fund their Mental Wellness Initiative!

GraVoc Donates $25,000 to YMCA of Metro North

On March 16th, 2022, GraVoc Charitable Foundation met with representatives of the Metro North YMCA, to present them with a $25,000 contribution representing a Comprehensive Annual Sponsorship.

GraVoc Donates $10,000 to 2022 Bluefin Blowout

On March 28th, 2022, GraVoc Charitable Foundation met with representatives of the Lyon-Waugh Auto Group to present them with a $10,000 contribution to the 2022 Bluefin Blowout. 

Foundation Board

Catherine Gravel

President

Nate Gravel

Director 

Dan Vassallo

Treasurer

Brian Gravel

Director

Mary Bellavance

Clerk

Debbie MacGregor

Director

David Gravel

Director

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