Donate: Help Your Community Today

Sue Beaton

Some of you might already know Sue Beaton. She has been fighting for social justice most of her life, including here in Lowell. A former nun, her first job was at St. Patrick’s school in the Acre, one of the city’s poorest and most diverse neighborhoods. Sue now works for the Paul and Phyllis Fireman Charitable Foundation, focusing on programs to prevent family homelessness. 

Ahmed and his mother

Ahmed loves school but had to miss most of first grade last year to receive treatment for brain cancer. With the diagnosis, this family’s difficult journey became even harder.

Yoeun smiles

Yoeun and his wife San, both in their early 60s, found Lowell Community Health Center after Yoeun felt light-headed and lost consciousness while at work. Yoeun was rushed to the local emergency room where he was diagnosed with dangerously high blood sugar levels, and a severe case of diabetes. Yoeun was so sick he wasn’t able to return to his job as a contractor.

Sue Beaton
Ahmed and his mother
Yoeun smiles
$25
Medical interpretation so that parents can communicate directly with their child’s pediatrician
$50
Transportation assistance to medical appointments for patients in need
$150
The Gift of Sight – one pair of eyeglasses for a low-income patient without vision insurance
$500
Personalized care management for a homebound patient with diabetes
$1000
Dental services to save the teeth of a patient living in poverty ($25,100 for a family of four)

978 746 7891

Donate by phone using your credit or debit card.

161 Jackson St., Lowell, MA 01852

To donate by mail, please make checks payable to “Lowell Community Health Center.”