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Thank You to Everyone Who Made Whole Foods' Community Giving Day a Success!

We are so thankful to all of you who showed support for Groundwork Lawrence by getting some shopping done at Whole Foods Andover on Community Giving Day! As many of you know, Whole Foods Andover generously donated 5% of their net sales on March 19th to Groundwork Lawrence for a grand total of $4,257! This is a great example of how cross sector organizations can come together for change. From all of us at Groundwork Lawrence, a HUGE thank you to all you shoppers and Whole Foods Andover!

Next Step Living Home Energy Assesments

Next Step living is a Boston based organization committed to improving household energy efficiency by taking simple, manageable steps. Their initiatives include home energy assessments, weatherization work, solar panel information and installation and providing expert advice on other ways to reduce energy use, become more sustainable and even save some money!

Next Step Living has partnered with Groundwork Lawrence to give homeowners an even bigger incentive to get a home energy assessment. For every

Shop and Support: Whole Foods Community Giving Day

Flour, eggs, bread,donate to Groundwork Lawrence and milk. Wait, one of these things is not like the other! That is until you can get your grocery shopping done and support Groundwork Lawrence with no added effort. Whole Foods of Andover is providing that opportunity and making it easy to support a great local non-nonprofit. On March 19th, Whole Foods will be donating 5% of their net sales to Groundwork as part of their Community Giving Day! It's a great way to support the work in your community at no cost to you.

Eco Art Submission Deadline Extended to October 25th

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Considering submitting a piece of Eco-Art for the Glow Gala silent auction? Good news! The deadline for submission has been extended to Friday, October, 2th. Please bring all submissions to Groundwork Lawrence’s office located at 60 Island Street, Lawrence MA.

What is Eco-Art?
• It incorporates at least one of the “4 R’s” (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repair).
• It promotes environmental awareness.