Three Saints, Inc. is a non-profit Italian-American charitable organization dedicated to Saints Alfio, Filadelfo & Cirino. The Society helps raise funds for scholarships, community outreach and multiple charities. Our annual Feast has been held on Labor Day Weekend in Lawrence, Massachusetts since 1923 and continues to maintain the Italian culture and tradition.
2022 Scholarship Awards
CARL RUSSO/staff photo The St. Alfio Society of Lawrence annually awards six $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors, class of 2022 who will be attending college in the fall. St. Alfio Society scholarship chairman, Paul Blais recently presented the awards to the recipients during a breakfast/ceremony.
Front Row: Estrella Gomez, Lawrence High School graduate, will attend the University of Massachusetts Amherst and major in Public Health Sciences; Mimi Cung, Andover High School graduate, will attend Wellesley College and major in Neuroscience; Anna Bolduc, Methuen High School graduate, will attend University of Massachusetts Amherst and major in Nursing and Emily Pfeil, also Methuen High School, will attend Bentley University and major in Corporate Finance and Accounting. Back row: St. Alfio Society scholarship chairman, Paul Blais; Billy Joaquin, Lawrence High School graduate, will attend Washington University St. Louis and major in Chemical Engineering; Dariel Garcia, Methuen High School graduate, will attend Embry-Riddle, Aeronautical University and major in Aviation and St. Alfio Society president, Anthony Palmisano.
The St. Alfio Society is known for the Feast of the Three Saints Italian celebration held every Labor Day weekend in Lawrence.The society is celebrating its 99th. feast this year.
Thanksgiving and Christmas Meals
Provided 60 meals for the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday to St. Vincent de Paul and Haven of Hope.
Corpus Christi Parish
On the evening of Monday, February 22, 2021 at approximately 6:30 in the evening, smoke detectors and fire Alarms started sounding in the rectory of Corpus Christi Parish ( Holy Rosary Shrine) on Essex Street in Lawrence, MA. Firefighters quickly arrived to find the rectory involved with heavy fire. When all was said and done more than 100 Firefighters from all over heroically fought to save the Parrish and prevent the fire from spreading to nearby buildings. The St. Alfio Society has always and will forever have a long lasting relationship with Corpus Christi Parish ( Holy Rosary Shrine). It made perfect sense to step up to the plate and help out.
The St. Alfio society decided to donate the total net proceeds of our 2021 10K raffle to the Corpus Christi Parish ( Holy Rosary Shrine).
Over the last 20 years, the Organization has donated to various charitable organizations such as Lawrence History Center, Holy Rosary Shrine, Daybreak Shelter, National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation, Fidelity House, Greater Lawrence Family Health Center, Kiwanis Club, Lawrence Central Little League, American Red Cross, Creative Living, American Cancer Society, Methuen Festival of Trees, Central Catholic, Corpus Christi Parish, Bread & Roses, Camp Fatima, Holy Name Society, Saint Rita Sodality, New England Veterans Liberty House, Essex County Community Foundation, Immigrant City Archives, Professional Center for Child Development, Lawrence Heritage State Park, Methuen Firefighters Local 1691, YMCA, YWCA, Lawrence Vietnam Memorial, CLASS, Inc., and Lazarus House.