Rockland Trust’s affiliated charitable foundations (Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation, Inc.; Rockland Trust-Blue Hills Bank Charitable Foundation, and Rockland Trust-East Boston Savings Bank Charitable Foundation, Inc.) announced that they have provided $460,000 in grants to 54 local area nonprofit organizations in the second quarter.
The Cape and Plymouth area organizations and their projects include:
Cape Arts & Entertainment Inc.; Cape Symphony’s Link Up Program for Grades 3-5;
Falmouth Housing Trust Inc.; Lewis Neck Road Project;
Crossroads for Kids Inc., Duxbury, C5 Postsecondary Success Initiative;
Farm and Community Collaborative Inc., Lakeville; Farm to Food Bank;
School on Wheels of Massachusetts Inc., East Bridgewater; Pathways to Success.
“As a community-oriented bank, we are fortunate to be able to strengthen the neighborhoods we live in and serve by investing in the inspiring work of area non-profits,” said Andrea Borowiecki, Vice President of Charitable Giving & Community Engagement at Rockland Trust. “The grants awarded during the second quarter supported affordable housing, community development, education, financial literacy, health and human services, and youth program initiatives throughout our footprint. We are proud of the relationships we’ve formed with our nonprofit partners and look forward to the impact these organizations will have within our communities for years to come.”