Bank of Canton Donates $10,000 to Canton Food Pantry

The Bank of Canton, a council member, recently donated $10,000 to the Canton Food Pantry in an effort to ensure Canton residents have access to necessities and healthy meals this winter.

This donation was amassed through the bank’s Town Card credit card program, in which the Bank of Canton allocates a percentage of each transaction made by Town Card members to local charities and organizations in the community. Primarily using money from this program, the Bank of Canton has donated over $150,000 to the Canton Food Pantry since 2005.

Stephen P. Costello, President and CEO of Bank of Canton, said, “We have great customers who believe in supporting their community. By choosing a credit card that reinvests in the community, our Town Card customers deserve the recognition for this donation. They are making a difference, and helping a lot of local families in need.”

The NEC applauds Bank of Canton for continuing this valued initiative year after year, and commends them for their sustained commitment to their community.

Learn more from Bank of Canton.

 

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