Heal Lawrence Partners

Lawrence Rotary Club of Massachusetts

The Lawrence Rotary Club was our first Fiscal Agent making it possible to collect tax deductible donations as a 501c3.  We are very appreciative of their belief in our young organization.

Greater Lawrence Community Action Council

The GLCAC is now our new Fiscal Agent.  We both believe in the same mission of helping those in need.

Community Service Center

305 Essex St

Lawrence, MA 01840

Phone: (978) 681-4905

Hours: 8:30am - 4:30 pm  M-F

Email: csc@glcac.org


Our newest partner is 24Fire.  A disaster relief company, 24Trauma, that boards up burned properties, cleans up the hazardous materials and even has the capability of rehabbing the building, dealing directly with your insurance company.  www.trauma24.com

Mayor Dan Rivera and the City Of Lawrence

Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera has opened doors and dialogue for the families affected by the tradgedy of the Gas Explosions.  He has also helped out personally.

Help our families in their time of need.

We have the Heal Lawrence T-shirts and Hoodies showing the Heal Lawrence and 24 Fire logos.  Get our shirts and let everyone know you are a Heal Lawrence Partner!  Email us at heallawrence@aol.com to get yours.

Get Renters Insurance Today!

This is a tragedy that could hit anyone, at any time.  Please practice Fire Safety, have an escape plan and get Renters Insurance!

Thank a Fireman today.

More Heal Lawrence Partners

Northeast Association of Realtors Donation

NEAR 2017 President Will A. Molina and 2017 Community Service Committee Co-chair Ric Beaudoin present a check to Juan Manny Gonzalez of Heal Lawrence.  They honored Heal Lawrence at their 2017 Jingle Mingle & Installation.

Max Laplante's Sweet Donation

Thank to those who purchased honey from Beekeeper Max Laplante.  He was able to donate $142 to Heal Lawrence.  This is a great organization that provides assistance to those who lose their homes after a fire.  Here Max is with firefighter Juan Manny Gonzalez.  Thanks as always to Wayne Hayes, Kathleen Hayes, Goribel Gonzalez and Juan Manny Gonzalez who started this organization to help those in need.