South Shore Bank Helps Feed Families during the
Community bank helping support local families through Weymouth Market initiative
South Shore Bank is teaming with Weymouth Public Schools to provide food for local families during the COVID-19 pandemic. On the first Wednesday of each month, the “Weymouth Market'' partners with the Greater Boston Food Bank at Weymouth High School. Weymouth Public Schools have been partnering with the Greater Boston Food Bank since 2017. Through this initiative, South Shore Bank provides the re-usable bags for the food drive that helps more than 400 families each month.
“We are pleased to provide help to those South Shore families being victimized by food insecurity during the pandemic,” said Shore Bank President and CEO James M. Dunphy. “As a community bank, we feel a deep responsibility to do everything possible to help people during difficult times. We are proud to partner with great organizations to help people who have seen their lives turned upside down since the pandemic struck.”
Through the Weymouth Market initiative, South Shore Bank is helping to provide each household with 2 bags of food each month. The Weymouth Market is held on the first Wednesday of the month starting at 3:30pm at Weymouth High School.
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