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North Shore Bank Makes a $5,000 Donation to Northeast Arc's Black Box Theater

14  December 2018
NSB Makes a $5,000 Donation to Northeast Arc's Black Box Theater

North Shore Bank recently made a $5,000 donation to Northeast Arc’s Black Box Theater located at the ArcWorks Community Art Center in downtown Peabody. The Bank’s contribution will support the final stages of the Arc’s capital campaign to raise funds for the theater floor, finishing the lighting and sound system, purchasing a production lift and new signage.  With over $500,000 already raised, the project requires an additional $70,000 to reach its goal.

Photo of North Shore Bank's $5,000 donation to NE Arc's Black Box Theater.
Pictured left to right is David Munroe, North Shore Bank Vice President of Marketing, Tim Brown, Northeast Arc's Director of Innovation and Strategy, Jacky Ankeles, Friends of the Black Box Theater member, Kevin Tierney, North Shore Bank President and CEO, Tom Gould, Peabody City Councilor and Chairman of the Friends of the Black Box Theater, and Susan Ring Brown, Northeast Arc's Development Project Manager.


Susan Ring Brown, Northeast Arc’s Development Project Manager said:

“North Shore Bank’s leadership team understood from the start that Peabody’s Black Box would be a place to bring the community together.  Their early support helped us complete construction and today’s grant supports the final phase of the campaign to outfit the space.”

Kevin M. Tierney, President and CEO of North Shore Bank stated:

“We’ve always had great appreciation for Northeast Arc’s mission to serve those with disabilities, and over the years we’ve supported many initiatives that have enhanced both the economic vitality of the City and quality of life for its residents.”  He continued, “We’re happy to partner with Northeast Arc and the City of Peabody in bringing this project to completion.”

Opened in March of 2018, the theater is available for rental to performing arts groups and individuals, businesses and community organizations for special events. Because of its design, the space provides for flexible staging that many artistic groups can take advantage of. The theater in Peabody Square will provide educational and recreational opportunities for youth and adults of all abilities.

About ArcWorks Community Art Center
Northeast Arc created the ArcWorks program in 2004 in response to a need expressed by families and caregivers for inclusive, more structured opportunities in the arts for the individuals and communities Northeast Arc serves. Initially, it served as a guild for artists with physical and/or intellectual challenges. Today its mission is to provide an inclusive visual arts experience for artists and viewers of all talents, skills, interests and backgrounds. For more information on Northeast ARc and the Black Box Theater, visit https://ne-arc.org/services/black-box-theater/.

About North Shore Bank
North Shore Bank is a full-service community bank based in Peabody, Massachusetts and serving the personal and business banking needs of the North Shore, eastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. Established in 1888, the bank operates out of twelve area offices, located in Beverly, Danvers, Merrimac, Middleton, Peabody, Salem, Saugus and Newton, New Hampshire.

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