In the Community

In the Community

Community is a core value at Abaris.

One way in which we give back as a group is through the Abaris Financial Group Charitable Fund. The fund financially supports small local 501(c)(3) non‐profit organizations that promote the empowerment of children and families, the welfare of military veterans and first responders, and the conservation of our environment. Our annual goal is to donate to 2‐5 non‐profits each consistent with the Fund’s mission.

In addition, the Abaris team personally donates our time and expertise to a variety of organizations, including:

NEADS, Inc .

NEADS trains a wide range of Service Dogs to meet the needs of people with a variety of disabilities or hearing loss.

Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism

The Flutie Foundation’s mission is to help people and families affected by autism live life to the fullest. Their vision is to create a world where people with autism lead productive lives where they are included, respected, and actively engaged in their communities.

Middlesex Community College

Middlesex offers students of all ages and stages a host of options for continuing their education. There’s sure to be one that fits your life, today and for the future.

Scholarship Fund of Concord and Carlisle

The Scholarship Fund of Concord & Carlisle is the largest source of scholarships specifically for students in our community who need help to pursue their dreams.

Mill City Grows

Mill City Grows (MCG) improves physical health, economic independence and environmental sustainability in Lowell through increased access to land, locally-grown food and education.

Kathy Reticker Forum for Children and Families

Kathy Reticker was a lifelong advocate for children and their families, starting with supporting runaway children at Project Place in Boston, serving families at the Department of Children and Families, and inspiring a sense of creativity and wonder as the Executive Director of Concord Children’s Center.

West Concord Union Church

At West Concord Union Church, we come together from the neighborhood around the church and from surrounding towns; as members who were born into this congregation and as new visitors and friends; as people of deep faith and those who are just beginning to explore Christian traditions.

Trinitarian Congregational Church

A vibrant ecumenical community of faith in the tradition of the United Church of Christ, we have been witnessing to the truth of our faith through worship, education, and countless ministries of compassionate care stretching literally around the globe since 1826.