Mayor Cahill’s Summer Literacy Program receives $10,000 donation from American Renal Associates


Beverly based American Renal made a generous $10,000 donation to support Mayor Cahill’s 2018 Summer Literacy Program for elementary school students who are struggling to learn how to read.  This past summer’s program helped over 180 elementary school students make significant gains in reading achievement.  American Renal’s support for this vital program truly makes a difference for young learners.

Mayor Michael Cahill commented “The team at American Renal are wonderful partners.  They believe in the transformative power of education and are making a real difference for Beverly kids.”

American Renal’s focus on helping people extends beyond their corporate mission. The company supports local activities in the communities surrounding their Beverly, MA corporate headquarters and their clinics around the country as well as through employee community service initiatives. For more information, please visit:

PHOTO: (from left to right):  Nicholas Carlucci, Vice President; Mark Paglierani, Vice President; Jessica Archambault, Vice President; Karen Veilleux, Vice President, all of American Renal; Alison Milford, Co-Academic Director, Summer Literacy Program; Lorigan Sudak, Senior Director of School Age Education, Greater Beverly YMCA; Heather Dempsey, Co-Academic Director, Summer Literacy Program; Catherine Barrett, Director of Grants, City of Beverly; Beverly Mayor Michael Cahill.