When you want to dine with the family, relax in a salon, or find reliable vendors for household services, we strongly encourage you to frequent our Gator Gallop sponsors--the companies that have made our fundraising event possible. Many of them have connections to Greenwood School families. We thank these great companies and organizations, small and large, for their generous financial and in-kind donations.
Want to get to know them better?
Dr. Mickey’s, our main event sponsor, ensures even the most nervous children feel comfortable and relaxed at their dental appointments. The practice is conveniently located on Montvale Avenue in Stoneham.
Hood products are a staple in every dairy aisle. Thanks to a Greenwood parent, they are now a big part of the Gallop.
Whole Foods Market has been a supporter since our inaugural race in 2014. They have convenient locations in Melrose and Lynnfield.
The Future of Dentistry is just steps away from the Greenwood School. They treat both kids and adults and always put patients first.
A supporter since 2014, The Savings Bank is frequently involved in initiatives to enhance Wakefield students’ curriculum. They have a location right in Greenwood, and even have a branch within Wakefield High School.
The Law Office of Tiziano Doto was a key supporter in getting the Gallop started in 2014. The law office has ties to Greenwood parents, and is again a great friend to the event this year.
With programs for kids and adults, the Authentic Karate Training Center in Peabody is a wonderful center for martial arts training. A member of the Greenwood School family, the business has supported us since our first event in 2014.
Thanks to Greenwood parents, The Ceres Group is not only a great resource when hiring staff or finding a new job, they are also a sponsor again for this year’s Gallop.
The Wakefield Rotary Club is comprised of business and professional leaders who volunteer their service in our community, including a local Greenwood parent.
Founded by a Greenwood mom, Fitz Machine is a powerhouse in precision machine components. This Wakefield business has been a longtime supporter of our event.
Teachers support the Gallop, too! DeBerardinis Electric has supported the Gallop since 2014, thanks to a Greenwood faculty member.
If an injury has you down, ATI Physical Therapy is a great choice. A member of the Greenwood School family, they have convenient locations in Woburn and Peabody.
Great Asian cuisine is only steps away from Greenwood at Feng’s, which is a second year Gallop supporter. Feng’s parent restaurant, Oye’s Restaurant & Bar, supported the Gallop in 2014 and 2015. This year, we are so lucky to have the support of both enterprises.
For over 30 years, Bent Electrical has serviced commercial and industrial facilities throughout Massachusetts. Thanks to a Greenwood family, they now support the Gallop.
The CSL Foundation provides support, comfort, and hope for children and teenagers in Massachusetts who are struggling to overcome health and life challenges. The Foundation is a regular supporter, thanks to a Greenwood family.
Bob's Oil Company also has Greenwood School ties, and provides oil, tank, and burner services. They are based right in Melrose.
Shawmut Communications donated many of the Gator Gallop materials that were printed this year. They are a great vendor for marketing and printing needs.
When you are looking for some relaxation after a long week, visit TANIA - A Unique Salon & Spa for Body & Soul, located right Wakefield.
One of the most popular raffle items last year was from Velvet Green Organic Lawn Care. Sure to be an in-demand prize again this year, this local company will provide you with excellent service.
Mystic Runners has provided extensive guidance and support, and we appreciate all of their expert advice. People of all skill levels are encouraged to join them in their fun runs around Lake Quannapowitt each Wednesday.
A longtime supporter, Defensive Edge is your spot for youth and adult martial arts. They are located on Del Carmine Street in Wakefield.
Located a stone’s throw from our school, The Dockside is a family-friendly restaurant that has been with us since our first race in 2014.
We encourage you to see Greenwood School alumni Bob Sardella of Sardella Signs for your sign and banner needs. The great signage you see at our races was a donation from his company.
Your resource for team apparel (and Gator Gallop shirts), The T Stop in Greenwood Plaza is a great partner to the Gallop.
We also thank our friends and family sponsors:
If you need a contractor you can trust, turn to a Greenwood dad at Adam's HoneyDo Handyman Services.
With two levels of challenging ropes courses, as well as a special course designed for children aged 2-7, Beanstalk Adventure Ropes Course inside Jordan’s is an adventure for the whole family.
With 16 years in business, BLS Electric is owned by a Greenwood dad and is ready to tackle your electrical project.
Christopher J. Barrett Realtors has been servicing Wakefield and the greater Middlesex County for two generations.
Located on Del Carmine Street in Wakefield, Dick's Foreign Car Service is owned by a member of the Greenwood family and a trusted resource for car care services.
Earning “Best of the Best” awards for the last 13 years, Dr. Paul DeFeo at Danvers Dental Care provides services for kids and adults.
East Boston Savings Bank has convenient branch locations throughout the North Shore, including a Wakefield branch on Main Street.
Grab gas and a snack at Fast Freddie's Mobil, just steps away from our school. They have been a longtime supporter of the Gallop and now have a student at the Greenwood School.
Two area cousins, including a Greenwood dad, harnessed a love of spirits to turn a former 19th-century iron foundry into a small-batch craft distillery. Head over to GrandTen Distilling in Boston for a drink or a tour.
With great service and a convenient location in Greenwood Plaza, Greenwood Wine & Spirits is a great source when hosting your next evening with friends.
With years in the business, first in Boston and now in Wakefield, Hair by Karen Sacramone is sure to provide you expert style and color.
For almost 50 years, Hart's Hardware has been providing friendly, knowledgeable service to the Wakefield community. Hart’s is a key donor to our Greenwood School garden.
Enjoy a fresh donut and gourmet coffee at John Kennedy’s three Wakefield Honey Dew Donuts locations. They have supported the Gallop since our first event.
Making coffee, tea, and hot chocolate at home has never been easier with Keurig’s brewers and K-cups. We thank Keurig Green Mountain Inc for their support this year.
Miss Krystn’s Dance Studio, located on Lowell Street, is not only a great place for hip hop, tap, and more, they also host birthday parties and provide studio rentals.
New Balance is committed to making shoes, from tennis to trail running, in the U.S., and is a proud sponsor of the Gallop.
When you are looking to buy, sell, or rent, contact Prestige Homes Real Estate in Reading, where a Greenwood mom is a Realtor.
See what all the buzz is about at one of Pure Barre’s 14 Massachusetts fitness studios, including Market Street in Lynnfield.
Sports Medicine North has been providing orthopedic care for nearly 30 years with locations in Peabody, Newburyport, and Gloucester.
If you’re looking for total body conditioning, grab your sneakers and head over to Sweat Fixx on Lowell Street.
Treat your fingers and toes at Tina's Nails & Spa, located on Main Street. It is owned and operated by a Greenwood mom.
Main Street’s Vanity Hair Salon offers balayage, keratin treatments, and special event styling in addition to traditional services.
With branches in Wakefield and Lynnfield, Wakefield Co-operative Bank is a big supporter of local events, including our Gallop.