Summer Experiences in Greater Lowell

Cheers to 20 Years of Summer Experiences in Greater Lowell

Making a Meaningful Difference in Children’s Lives For Two Decades

In light of the current crisis, we know the demand for programs like Summer Experiences in Greater Lowell will be higher than ever. To keep us all safe, we won’t ask you to join us poolside this year. Instead, we’re bringing the event to you! 

Join us for 20 days of unique “virtual” experiences in honor of 20 years of summer learning in Greater Lowell. 

We’ll kick it off with a wine pull and wrap with a nod to dinner and drinks with a local chef live-streaming a class on crafting the perfect martini and the gourmet meal kit that goes with it. Throughout the event, you can also fund different needs including meals, job opportunities and personnel positions to keep these critical organizations staffed and able to keep up with the demand. 

All funds raised go directly to supporting organizations in Greater Lowell that provide enriching summer programs to youth experiencing financial hardship. It will still be an event with a major impact, no matter where we are.

Join us

RSVP NOW

May 8th – May 28th, 2020
At The Computer Nearest You

For two decades, SEGL has helped more than 46,000 local, low-income youth bridge the achievement gap through life-changing programs that expose them to the arts, increase literacy skills, empower their leadership skills, and provide transformative summer job experiences. 

To learn more about sponsoring this event, contact contact Dahlia Cox at dbcox@supportunitedway.org or 617-624-8032.

All young people deserve to have safe and enriching summer experiences.

What’s the impact?

  • Providing impactful summer learning and employment opportunities
  • Building relationships with caring mentors and peers
  • Developing leadership, social, academic, and job skills
  • Solidifying lifelong healthy habits

SEGL Committee Goals

The SEGL Committee serves as an advisory body in the generation, advancement, and enhancement of key goals for the SEGL program. Cumulatively, committee members have raised over $1 million in the past 19 years, all of which has gone back into the community to ensure that all local students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of safe and enriching summer experiences. 

2020 Summer Experiences in Greater Lowell Committee Members

SEGL Committee Co-Chairs

Kari Reinking
VP Commercial Lending, Merrimack Valley,
TD Bank

Kerry Pucillo
Assistant Director for Corporate Partnerships,
UMASS Lowell

Committee Members

Colleen Delaney
Lisa Baker Associates

Bill Gilet
Partner,
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Paige Gilet
Director of Sales and Marketing
Red Mill Graphics 

Patty Foster
Assistant Vice President,
Branch Relationship Manager
Enterprise Bank

Joyce Leger
Principal,
G. Leger & Associates

Cheryl Popp
Vice President, Business Development Officer
LowellFive

Lisa Taylor-Montminy
Community Benefits Manager,
Center for Community Health and Wellness Lowell General Hospital

Carol Walker
Senior VP of Quality
Lantheus Medical Imaging

Patricia Witts
Customer Relations Officer,
Eastern Bank