Cornerstone Bank gives back to the community this Holiday Season

by | Dec 16, 2020

Cornerstone Bank is giving back to the communities they serve by holding three separate drives to collect items for both people and pets this holiday season. They are hoping others in the community will want to assist in their mission by donating items as well. Below is information about each drive including donations accepted and drop-off information.

  • Cops ‘N’ Kids Toy Drive- Southbridge
    • Southbridge Main Office, 253-275 Main Street
    • Branch is still open to the public
    • Now through December 16
    • Looking for new, unwrapped, non-violent toys or gift certificates
    • All toys will be given to Southbridge children through the Southbridge Police Department Cops ‘N’ Kids Program
  • Hat & Mitten Tree- Spencer
    • Spencer Main Office, 176 Main Street
    • Branch is closed to the public, donations can be made by calling ahead at 508-885-5313 or ringing doorbell at the rear of the building upon arrival
    • Now through December 18
    • Looking for hats and mittens
    • All donations will be given to the Mary Queen of the Rosary Parish who will distribute to needy individuals
  • Pet Supply Drive- Spencer
    • Spencer Fair Plaza Branch, 72 West Main Street, Route 9 West
    • Branch is closed to the public, donations can be made by calling ahead at 508-885-9707
    • Now through December 18
    • Looking for supplies including but not limited to
      • Pet food/treats
      • Pet toys
      • Leashes and collars
      • Beds or cat towers
      • Flea and tick treatment
      • Medical supplies
      • Cleaning supplies
      • Office supplies
      • Gift certificates
    • All donations will be given to the Second Chance Animal Shelter

“We are hoping to make a difference in the lives of people and their pets this holiday season, especially with how difficult 2020 has been for many,” said Todd Tallman, President of Cornerstone Bank.  “It is important for us to give back to the communities that we serve and are proud of the commitment we have made locally to provide help to those who need it. These three drives are just part of our on-going mission to do our part in making the world a better place.”