The Circle Health Ball reflects a partnership between Lowell General Hospital, dedicated medical staff and members of the Circle Health community. Thanks to generous sponsors, donors and guests, the Circle Health Ball has made an enormous impact in the Greater Lowell community with event proceeds supporting local non-profits and organizations addressing the region’s vital health needs. Since the first Ball in 2006, close to 40 non-profits and organizations have received funding to make a difference in the lives of many and help create a healthier and stronger community for all.
Past grant recipients include:
Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lowell, Catie’s Closet, Center for Hope and Healing, Community Teamwork, Inc., Girls Inc., Greater Lowell Health Alliance, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell, International Institute of New England, Lowell Community Health Center, Megan’s House, Merrimack Valley Food Bank, Mill City Grows, Project LEARN, The Lowell Wish Project, Town of Tewksbury, UMass Lowell, UTEC, local school systems and more.
Proceeds from the 15th Annual Circle Health Ball will continue to address critical community health initiatives to make a powerful difference in the lives of so many. Using the 2019 Greater Lowell Community Health Needs Assessment as a guide, this year’s grants will focus on the vital needs of improving social determinants of health, behavioral health and substance abuse/prevention. The 2020 recipients will be announced the night of the event.
Please visit "Event Recaps" to learn more about the community impact of the Ball.