Since the founding of SullyMac, the McLaughlin family has built a successful business—and one that enhances the communities where we live and work.
Everyone on Team SullyMac is encouraged to participate in charities, events and activities that enrich our civic life and we support our employees’ individual efforts—in addition to the charitable activity undertaken as a company, which includes:
The Ballybreen-Drummaville Trust
In 2000, the McLaughlin family founded The Ballybreen-Drummaville Trust named after two family farms in Ireland. The Trust enhances educational opportunities for underprivileged youth who live in the local area by funding scholarships for parochial grammar school students and/or private high school students.
Cristo Rey Boston
Sullivan & McLaughlin Companies supports the Cristo Rey Boston High School Corporate Work Study Program and contracts four students annually to perform entry level, clerical jobs while learning about the corporate world. The work they do offsets their tuition, helping to make Cristo Rey Boston accessible to students who otherwise could not afford a private, college-prep high school.
Sullivan & McLaughlin Companies supports Building Pathways, an organization that creates opportunities for low-income area residents to access and prepare for building trades apprenticeships and family-sustaining careers in the construction industry. Through apprenticeship preparedness training, outreach to young adults, and advocacy, they address the need to recruit top talent into the industry while opening career pathways to women, people of color, individuals with disabilities and transitioning veterans.