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NSB Collects School Supplies for Local Non-Profits

03  July 2018
NSB Collects School Supplies for Local Non-Profits

PEABODY, MA — (www.northshore-bank.com) — North Shore Bank’s branches will be collecting new school supplies to support local families in need. Items collected from this effort will be distributed to children and teenagers through Beverly Bootstraps, Citizens Inn, The Bridge House Family Shelter, and the Newton, NH Food Pantry. Below is a list of supplies that the agencies are seeking:

Elementary School Middle School/High School
  Backpacks   Backpacks
  Wide-ruled notebooks   Filler paper
  Folders   Notebooks
  Rulers   Folders
  Erasers   Pens & Pencils
  Pencils   Rulers
  Glue sticks   Glue sticks
  Scissors   Assignment books
  Pencil boxes   Calculators
  Pencil sharpeners   Composition books
  Markers   Scissors
    Markers
    Erasers
    Highlighters
 

  Pencil sharpeners

To Donate to the Beverly Bootstraps School Supply Drive
Items can be dropped off until Friday, August 3rd to either the bank's Beverly office - 50 Dodge Street (Appleseed's Square), or Danvers office - 48 Elm Street, during normal business hours.

To Donate to the Citizens Inn School Supply Drive
Items can be dropped off until Friday, August 3rd at any of the bank's three Peabody offices - 32 Main Street, 248 Andover Street (Rt 114), or 637 Lowell Street (in the Big Y Supermarket), and Middleton office - 237 South Main Street, during normal business hours.

To Donate to the Bridge House Family Shelter School Supply Drive
Items can be droppped off until Friday, Augus 3rd at any of the bank's three Saugus branches - 412 Lynn Fells Parkway, One Hamilton Street, or 489 Lincoln Avenue, and Salem office - 319 Highland Avenue (Irving Oil Station), during normal business hours.

To Donate to the Newton, NH Food Pantry
Items can be droppped off until Friday, Augus 3rd to either the bank's Newton, NH office - 29 South Main Street, or Merrimac office - One West Main Street, during normal business hours.

 

About Beverly Bootstraps
Beverly Bootstraps provides critical resources to families and individuals so they may achieve self-sufficiency. They offer emergency and long-term assistance including: access to food, housing, stability, adult and youth education, counseling and advocacy. For more information on Beverly Bootstraps, visit bevelybootstraps.org.

About Citizens Inn
Citizens Inn works to help families and individuals who are experiencing a housing crisis or food insecurity. Citizens Inn has served families and individuals across the North Shore for over 35 years. Their programs - Citizens Inn Between, Citizens Inn Transition, Citizens Inn Homes, and Citizens Inn Haven from Hunger - are designed to help families and idividuals prepare for and transition to a sustainable life. Through their work, they not only provide a safe place to stay and a meal on the table, but offer tools to empower people to find permanent solutions to break the patterns of instability in their lives. For more information on Citizens Inn, visit citizensinn.org.

About Bridge House Family Shelter
Bridge House is a Lynn-based non-profit which is operated by the Lynn Shelter Association. Providing an alternative to temporary housing arrangements, Bridge House seeks to bridge the gap between homelessness and independent residency. The mission of the house is to provide a continuum of strong support services for families to establish self-sufficient lifestyles, and to restore self-esteem and dignity to the head of the household and children. For more information on Bridge House and the Lynn Shelter Association, visit lsahome.org.

About Newton, NH Food Pantry
The Newton, New Hampshire Food Pantry is available by appointment to anyone in need, whether someone has simply come across hard times due to illness or being laid off, or if it is a means to make ends meet by saving on groceries to pay other bills. No matter the reason for coming to the pantry, the relief is immediately evident to those utilizing it. For more information on the Newton, NH Food Pantry, contact the town's welfare department by visiting newton-nh.gov.

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