Aqualite US joined Lowell City Officials to present a check at the Sun Santa Toys for Tots Holiday Drop & Drive!
Aqualite US was thrilled to participate in the 2020 Sun Santa Fund for the Greater Lowell community! Our CEO Rielis Mesquita & leadership team joined Lowell City Councilor Sokhary Chau to present a check for the Holiday Drop & Drive Event. We are pleased that our generous donation benefited the Lowell Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association (CMAA) Monorom Program.
It was wonderful to see the Greater Lowell community come together to support families in need this Holiday Season. Our leadership enjoyed the moments connecting with Terry McCarthy of The Sun Santa Fund as well as City Councilors Sokhary, John Drinkwater, Rodney Elliot, & Vesna Nuon.
About The Sun Santa Fund
“The Sun and Lowell Sun Charities have a proud history of serving the Greater Lowell community. Lowell Sun Charities was established in 1947 with a basic mission to support local charitable causes. Three decades ago, Lowell Sun Charities identified another need: Many local families were struggling to provide Christmas gifts for their children and put a holiday meal on their table. From that need, The Sun Santa Fund was founded, and is now celebrating its 32nd anniversary.” (Kori Tuitt, The Lowell Sun, 11/10/2018)
Click Here to learn about The Lowell Sun Charities or visit lowellsun.com/sun-santa/ to donate online.
About Toys for Tots
Toys for Tots was founded in 1947 by the United States Marine Corps Reservist Major Bill Hendricks. The Toys for Tots program each year raises funds, collects donations, to distributes toys to families in need & facing hardships during Christmas. As of 2016, the Toys for Tots Program and Foundation has collected and distributed more than 512 million toys. The goal of the U.S Marine Corps operated non-profit is to “deliver, through a new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to less fortunate children.”
Visit toysfortots.org to donate, learn more, and connect with your local non-profit group.
The Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association of Greater Lowell (CMAA) was incorporated as a not-for-profit Massachusetts corporation in 1984. CMAA was founded to support the Cambodia refuges who were resettled in Lowell during the 1980’s. For over 35 years the CMAA has provided essential representation and support to the local Cambodian community, businesses, restaurants, and places of worship.
Visit cmaalowell.org to learn more, donate, and see how you can get involved.