North Shore Bank

Citizen's for Adequate Housing — Jeans Day

NSB Jeans Days support Peabody's Citizen's for Adequate Housing

North Shore Bank employees are pretty confident that there are few organizations than can provide the daily impact as Citizen’s for Adequate Housing does in the lives of their clients. Standing behind this assertion, they recently presented the Peabody-based non-profit with a check for $1,200 — funds raised by bank employees through their weekly “Jeans Day” contributions. In exchange for $5 each week, staff can wear jeans to work with the funds collected pooled and then donated to an area charity.


Citizen's for Adequate Housing logo

North Shore Bank employees have been so incredibly generous to us over the years. This contribution was well timed at the end of the year and helped us provide holiday meals for families experiencing homelessness.

— Corey Jackson | Executive Director


Founded in 1983, Citizens for Adequate Housing, Inc. has been a leader in the fight to end homelessness, serving families from the North Shore and Eastern Massachusetts.  Families facing an emergency need of housing have found a temporary home at the Inn Between shelter.  Here families are supported as they work to end their homelessness.  The Inn Transition shelter provides a sober-living transitional housing program supporting families as they continue to build on their sobriety, recovery and find permanent housing.

Seen above (left to right) are Corey Jackson, Executive Director of Citizens for Adequate Housing and Steven Pettengill, Senior Vice President of North Shore Bank and Citizens for Adequate Housing Board of Director.

For more information about Citizens for Adequate Housing, visit

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