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Introducing our Green for Good™ partners:

Lucy Grogan was an avid nature lover who was very passionate about protecting animals, the earth, and our environment. We at Lucy's Love Bus follow in Lucy's activist footsteps, and believe that our environment must be protected for future generations.

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our Green for Good™ program that helps us raise funds and awareness through long-term partnerships with green companies that support our vision to love the earth like Lucy did.

Our Green for Good™ corporate partners are deeply committed both to the environment and to supporting quality of life for children with cancer. Through this program, we work closely with a select group of environmentally friendly companies that we know and trust. Our Green for Good™ partners make a commitment to incorporate the mission of Lucy’s Love Bus into their company culture by introducing our work to their employees; spread awareness by telling their customers about Lucy’s Love Bus, and donate a portion of their monthly sales to the children and programs of Lucy’s Love Bus.

For information on becoming a Green for Good™ partner, please contact Beecher at (857)277-1984 or email

  • EcoThermal Filters ( sells and installs an innovative filter designed for the Food service industry, which is the most energy-intensive commercial market sector in the United States. EcoThermal Filters capture waste heat from the cook line and use it to preheat the water being supplied to the restaurant before it enters the hot water heater, thereby reducing greenhouse gas emissions and lowering gas bills for restaurants and commercial kitchens.

  • After 2800+ solar installations, Boston Solar ( has become recognized as a major solar provider in New England. For two consecutive years, Solar Power World has named Boston Solar the number one residential solar installer based in Massachusetts. With sixty employees, the company does more home installs of solar systems than any another business headquartered in the Bay State.