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Our Corporate and Foundation Partners

A-1 Realty

ART Engineering

Avidia Bank

Bartholomew & Company, Inc. 

Bay State Savings Bank

Berkshire Bank Foundation, Inc. 

Bisceglia, Steinman, & Fudeman, LLP

Brisbois Insurance

Carroll Charitable Foundation

Chacharone Properties, LLC

City Welding

Cornerstone Bank 

Country Bank

Cutler Management Corp.

David Clark Company, Inc.

El Basha 

Esler Family Foundation

Existing Conditions

Family Grounds, Inc. 

Favulli Electric

Felicia Fund, Inc

Fidelity Bank

The Fletcher Foundation

FLEXcon Company, Inc. 
Flying Rhino

Fontaine Bros., Inc. 

F.W. Madigan Company, Inc.

Greater Good Imperial Brewery Co.

Gregory O'Connor & Associates Inc

Grey Matter Marketing

Hampton Properties

Hermann Foundation

Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts
Historic New England

The Home Depot
I.B.E.W. Local 96

Iron Workers Union Local 7

J.J. Bafaro, Inc.

Lamoureux Pagano & Associates

Arlette and Jim Lynch

Mass Humanities

Massachusetts Cultural Council

Middlesex Savings Bank

Mountain Dearborn LLP

National Endowment for the Humanities

National Grid

National Trust for Historic Preservation

Nault Architects, Inc. 

O'Connor, Maloney and Company

The O Shop

PMI Property Management

Raymond James Restoration

RE/MAX Vision, LLC

Richard A. Heald Fund

Rockland Trust

The Schwartz Charitable Foundation


Salisbury Construction

Sharfmans Jewelers

Shwachman Family Fund

Sira Naturals

Stoddard Charitable Trust

Sullivan, Garrity, & Donnelly Insurance

Sunnyside Ford

Tonna Charitable Trust

Universal Environmental Consultants

UMass Chan Medical School

Webster Five

Wings Over Worcester

Winn Companies

WooSox Foundation

Worcester Arts Council

Worcester Business Development Corporation

Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

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About our Corporate Partner Program

Strong and supportive corporate partnerships are absolutely necessary for Preservation Worcester to succeed.

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