Board of Directors Meeting
The LEO Board of Directors meets via conference call at 5:00 pm. Contact LEO at 781-309-5619 for specific instructions on how to join the meeting. Thank you!
LEO Inc.’s mission is to strengthen the Greater Lynn community through resources and services that provide opportunities for children, families and individuals to thrive.
Families will be more effective advocates for themselves and their children fostering school readiness, resilience and economic stability.
Individuals and families will embrace whole-family, whole-body health through nutrition, activity and an established community of medical providers.
Families and individuals will live more securely through reliable home heating, weatherization, utility solutions, and supplemental food distributions.
LEO Inc. provides a safety net of services for at-risk, low-income families, stabilizing them for the short term while investing in a long-term, two-generation approach to education that promotes economic independence and family stability. We partner with individuals, children and families in Lynn, Lynnfield, Marblehead, Nahant, Saugus, Swampscott, and Wakefield to increase participation in programs that maximize their potential. Together we demonstrate that it is possible to break the cycle of poverty and move forward.
LEO’s signature programs are Early Head Start and Head Start, early education and care for children from birth to 5 years; home heating fuel assistance; and energy conservation and safety services that keep homes safe and efficient for residents. LEO’s intake and referral process ensures that our clients have access to the full complement of services for which they qualify, which also include supplemental food distribution, emergency rent and utility assistance, English language and financial literacy classes, VITA income tax preparation, and other programs that improve an adult’s ability to be an effective caregiver and head of household.
LEO Inc. relies on private donations to support all facets of our agency: education, health and wellness, and the safety and well-being of individuals and families. Join us as a community that rallies around our most vulnerable members: children, families in jeopardy, seniors on a fixed income.
Raising the money to fund a one-time need for the organization–in most cases having a building that meets the needs of the community served by the organization...