HarborOne Bank made $245,000 in grants through its foundation to 34 nonprofits to support children and families across Southeastern Massachusetts and Greater Boston. Pictured left to right: Top row: John Mulcahy, HarborOne Bank; Kristen Schlapp, QCAP chief pperating pfficer; Beth Ann Strollo, QCAP CEO. Lower row: Tim McAloon, QCAP board president; Paul Connolly, QCAP board member; Melinda Alexander, QCAP program director; Joe Silva, HarborOne Bank. Photo courtesy of HarborOne Bank

Coldwell Banker New England

Coldwell Banker New England teamed up with Community Servings for its annual Pie in the Sky fundraiser. 2022 marks 30 years that Community Servings has organized the annual fundraising bake sale, with the mission to provide and deliver medically tailored meals to food and nutrition insecure people across Massachusetts impacted by critical and chronic illnesses like HIV/AIDS, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and more. 

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod 

Hyannis-based The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod is supporting several local nonprofits during the holiday season, benefiting community members in need throughout the Cape Cod and South Shore region. 

Country Bank 

Ware-based Country Bank’s 210 team members gathered on Wednesday, December 14, to write holiday greetings, wrap gifts, and pack homeless care bags in a show of support for the numerous nonprofits that serve the region. A total of $42,000 in donations was also made to 21 local senior centers. 

Hanscom Federal Credit Union 

Hanscom FCU Charitable Foundation provided an accounting of major gifts granted in 2022 at its 10th annual meeting: 

  • To support the Home Base Program the Foundation donated $150,000 in 2022, including a recent $25,000 sponsorship of Run to Home Base. 
  • Charity runner Dan Ziniti raised $37,000 to fund several pediatric brain research projects at the hospital. 
  • A donation of $16,000 was made to the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless through cash raffles and ongoing fundraising activities. These funds will support their Bed for Every Child initiative, which supports local children with beds to get a restful night’s sleep. 
  • A $20,000 donation was made to Crossroads, an organization that offers leadership, college preparation, and career development resources for economically disadvantaged youth throughout eastern Massachusetts. 
  • A donation of $25,000 was made to Massachusetts Fallen Heroes to support a pitch competition for small business veterans and gold star family entrepreneurs. 
  • The foundation donated $50,000 to Veterans Inc. to provide holistic wellness services and homelessness prevention. 
  • Tens of thousands donated to various other local and national organizations. 

HarborOne Bank 

Brockton-based HarborOne Bank donated $245,000 in grants through their foundation to 34 nonprofits to support children and families across Southeastern Massachusetts and Greater Boston. 

Monson Savings Bank 

Monson Savings Bank made a $10,000 donation to the Hispanic-American Institute in support of their work in the Springfield region. 

Rockland Trust Co.

Hanover-based Rockland Trust has provided a $45,000 grant to MassBay Community College to further invest in their Certified Nursing Assistant Program. The grant will cover the full cost of tuition, supplies and tutoring for 50 students of color coming from low-income households within the MetroWest region. 

Rollstone Bank & Trust 

Leominster-based Rollstone Bank & Trust made a $10,000 donation through its foundation to support the hiring, onboarding and training of a new employee that will serve the needs of first-time homebuyers in the local community. 

Wayne J. Griffin Electric Inc. 

Holliston-based Wayne J. Griffin Electric Inc. recently donated hundreds of personal care items in benefit of veterans and their families through Project New Hope. 

Community Good Works

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