It All Adds Up | Fall EVENT 2019

Bringing change to 100 classrooms


Thursday, October 17, 2019 @ OLIO

NEW this year, there are two parts to the event (with separate ticket options):

Dinner @ 5:30 by Chive and dessert from Mayflour Confections, Prosecco, wine and local brews from Old Planters Brewing Co., live music by Qwill, and a Live Auction. *Please select “Dinner+Party” ticket to attend the Dinner- and stay for the party!

Party @ 7:30 with bites by Chive, open bar, dancing, and an opportunity to enter a drawing for 'Experience Packages' with themes of wellness, dining out, and adventure each worth up to $1500. *Select Party ticket

This evening of delicious food, great music and giving is our biggest event of the year. It brings together our broad and diverse community of supporters who recognize the importance of bringing sustainability and climate education to schools, students and teachers. This year we are excited to bring the event to a brand new venue, OLIO, in downtown Peabody.

We can’t wait to celebrate with you!

Event Parking

Olio is located at 43 Main Street in Peabody. 

The closest and largest parking lot is located at 86 Mill Street, Peabody. It is a 2 minute walk to Olio’s front door.

There is metered parking all along Main Street, directly in front of Olio. View the interactive parking map of downtown Peabody here.


Olio is accessible by public transit by the Newburyport/Rockport Commuter Rail, and is 1.5 miles from the Salem Commuter Rail station.

Thank you to our SPONSORS:

And thank you to our year-round Corporate Partners.


Fall Event 2019 C0-Chairs: Alex and Natasha Lamb of New Summit Investments and Arjuna Capital, respectively.

Fall Event 2019 C0-Chairs: Alex and Natasha Lamb of New Summit Investments and Arjuna Capital, respectively.

Each of our daily actions makes an impact on our world. Change is Simple has created a supercharged STEM program for elementary and middle schools, transforming classrooms into ecosystems and construction zones, kids into scientists and engineers. These students use real-world science tools and project-based learning to create real-world impacts.  Led by college mentors and STEM professionals, our workshops and curriculum inspire children to achieve academic success and become mindful participants in creating a healthier and more sustainable future.