Lake Pearl Wrentham, through direct contributions and sponsorship and through the contributions of the Lorusso family and the Lorusso family of companies supports the local community through a variety of causes.

Community Seniors

During the Covid-19 crisis, the management team cooked, prepared, and delivered over 30,000 meals to over one hundred local residents in need. Partnerships with these residents and local senior centers continue to grow through holiday meal services and celebrations.

Community Schools

We are proud to support the students and local schools in our area through donations, involvements with sporting programs and booster clubs, and collaborating for their school events. These schools include but are not limited to: King Philip Regional High School, Attleboro High School, Foxboro Regional CharterSchool, Xaverian Brothers High School, Mercymount Country Day School, The Dana Hall School, Wrentham State School

Lake Pearl Wrentham has donated Thanksgiving and Christmas meals to Wrentham Police & Fire and Plainville Police & Fire for many years. We’re thankful for what they do every day, and we love to give them a sense of home cooking during their holiday shifts.

Local Lions Club

We’re proud to be the venue to host the Norfolk, Plainville & Wrentham Lions Clubs Annual Polar Plunge and assist in fundraising for eye research. We collaborate with them for multiple events whether on or off premise.

KyleCares Foundation

We are incredibly proud to support KyleCares Foundation and collaborate with them to host their annual event here at Lake Pearl Wrentham. Read more about this amazing foundation here.

Hockomock Area YMCA

Over the last decade, we have grown and nurtured an incredible partnership with the Hockomock Area YMCA. From triathlons on our beach to galas in our ballroom, we’ve donated space and helped host many fundraising events for the community. We are proud of our long-standing friendship and common goals. Lake Pearl’s Director, Juliana Lorusso, serves on the Hockomock’s Board of Incorporators and the North Attleboro branch’s Board of Managers.