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January 1, 2019
OXFORD, Massachusetts: Matthew S. Sosik, President and CEO of bankHometown, announced that its 2018 Neighbors Helping Neighbors Campaign has resulted in total donations of $25,000. This is the 15th year that bankHometown has invited local residents and businesses to help support local food pantries as a way for the bank and its customers to reduce food insecurity in their communities.
Customers of the bank and community members were invited to be a “Hometown Hero” for a $1 donation or a “Hometown Superhero” for a $5 donation. In addition to the in-branch fund drive, bankHometown also invited business customers to support the campaign. bankHometown matched all of the donations dollar for dollar and split the funds among food pantries that serve the areas surrounding each of its thirteen offices in central Massachusetts and northeastern Connecticut.
“Over the past 15 years, this campaign has evolved into a successful and collaborative effort from customers, community members and our employees, to support local food pantries that need help with inventory during the holidays. We are proud to be an example of Neighbors Helping Neighbors,” said Sosik.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors donations benefit (in MA) the Auburn Youth and Family Services, Inc. Food Pantry (Auburn), CARE Food Pantry (Clinton), Food Share (Southbridge, Charlton & Sturbridge), Ginny’s Helping Hand, Inc. (Leominster), Oxford Ecumenical Food Shelf (Oxford), Salvation Army (Athol), St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry (Webster); (in CT) Daily Bread (Putnam), Friends of Assisi (Killingly), and Thompson Ecumenical Empowerment Group (TEEG) (Thompson).
To date, more than $167,500 has been distributed through this program.
Area businesses contributing to the 2018 Neighbors Helping Neighbors campaign include:
|All Phase Dental Lab Service Inc.|
|Arland Tool & Mfg.|
|B D & D Enterprises, LLc|
|Bay Tact Corporation|
|Breezy Corner, LLC|
|Central Mass Builders, Inc.|
|DJD Realty, LLC|
|EPV Plastics Corporation|
|Floor Source Inc.|
|Griffin & Company, PC|
|Harrisville Golf Course|
|Holland Mail & Graphics, LLC|
|Jezierski Plumbing & Heating, Inc.|
|JSK Financial Services, Inc.|
|KAD Hotels, LLC|
|Kitchen Options, Inc.|
|Knapik Builders, Inc.|
|Kristin Shanley Interior Design|
|Laframboise Sand & Stone, Inc.|
|MASS TEN Enterprises, LLC|
|Metalogic Industrieis, LLC|
|Napa Auto Parts/Vandi Auto Supply|
|Nichols Enterprises, Inc.|
|Nordic Shield Plastics Corporation|
|Paradis-Givner Funeral Home, Inc.|
|Paul Rents Inc.|
|Precision Auto Rebuilders, Inc.|
|Premier Listings Inc., d/b/a Century21 Lake Realty|
|Pro Automotive, LLC|
|Quaddick Camping Area, Inc.|
|Ricks Painting Service|
|Robert A. Dediego, Jr., d/b/a Walnut Hill Carpentry|
|S & N Excavators|
|Sam S. Pappas, CPA|
|Sixty-Five West, LLC|
|Standard Source Inc.|
|Tyler Latour, d/b/a Island Storage|
|West Dudley Hydro LLC|
|Why US Enterprises, Inc.|
bankHometown is a member of the Hometown Financial Group. Founded in 1889 as Hometown Bank, bankHometown is headquartered in Oxford, Massachusetts, bankHometown has 13 branches located throughout central Massachusetts and northeastern Connecticut. For more information, please visit www.hometowncoop.com.
Hometown Financial Group, a $2.1 billion mutual holding company headquartered in Easthampton, Massachusetts, is the parent company of bankESB and bankHometown. Both banking franchises offer a complete line of commercial, business, and consumer banking and lending products and services to customers through its 24 branches located throughout western and central Massachusetts and northeastern Connecticut. For more information on Hometown Financial Group please visit www.bankhfg.com.