Community Reinvestment

Clinton Savings Donates $20,000 To Help Stock Food Pantries

Six Organizations Will Benefit From Bank's Outreach

Keith Griffin

June 11, 2020

Jodi Breidel, North Country regional director for United Way Tri-County | Courtesy photo

Clinton Savings Bank, based in Clinton, Massachusetts, donated $20,000 to six food pantries to help provide fresh, healthy foods to residents and those on the front line of COVID-19. The funds will support WHEAT Community Cupboard & Cafe, Wachusett Food Pantry, West Boylston Food Pantry, Berlin Food Pantry, Bolton Food Pantry, and the Boylston Food Pantry at First Congregational Church.

“With all of the uncertainties surrounding this pandemic, we knew there was one thing everyone should be certain on and that is where their next meal is coming from” said Robert J. Paulhus, Jr., Clinton Savings Bank’s president and CEO, “Far too many of our friends and neighbors in our communities are struggling, and our food pantries need all the support they can get for their work to keep the cupboards full. Our bank loves to be the shoulders of our community in good times and in crisis, and we will do our part to always be there for some relief.”

Pictured above is one of the six food pantries Clinton Savings Bank donated to: Jodi Breidel, North Country regional director for United Way Tri-County

Established in 1851, Clinton Savings Bank is among the oldest mutual community banks in Massachusetts with $614 million in assets and a broad range of financial products for consumers and businesses. Clinton Savings Bank serves six full-service branches in Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Clinton, Sterling and West Boylston.

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