Honors Charles Brophy of Beverly
Danvers — The Northeast Arc, a not-for-profit organization that helps children and adults with, or at risk for developing, disabilities become full participants in the community, will hold its signature fundraising event, An Evening of Changing Lives, virtually on Tuesday, May 25th at 7:00 p.m.
The virtual gala, hosted by Boston media personality, Kim Carrigan, a longtime Northeast Arc advocate, is a free half-hour event featuring stories from inspiring individuals, families, staff, and supporters. In addition to powerful stories you have never heard before, the Northeast Arc will be making an announcement about its most exciting and innovative project to date.
The event will also honor Charles Brophy of Beverly, US East Regional President at HUB International. Brophy serves as chair of the Northeast Arc’s golf event, the longest running charitable golf tournament in the country, and has been a longtime supporter of the organization. “We are thrilled to honor Charley with the Changing Lives Award,” said Jo Ann Simons, President & CEO, Northeast Arc. “Charley’s support for us during COVID and his leadership for our golf tournament has resulted in new levels of success and made many new people and organizations aware of the mission of the Northeast Arc. His gracious nature, collaborative spirit and contagious energy are gifts to us all and we could not think of a more appropriate recipient of this year’s Changing Lives Awards.”
The Community Sponsor for An Evening of Changing Lives is Ipswich Bay Glass. Engagement Sponsors are Arbella Insurance Foundation, New England BioLabs, Quinn Brothers, and Tempus Unlimited. Shining Star Sponsors are Annkissam, Century Bank, and One Digital. Inclusion Sponsors are Berkshire Bank, Eastern Bank, Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism, and The Hartford.
To register for the free event visit: eveningofchanginglives.org.