Canton resident and recent Bank of Canton retiree Wes Rawding (left) with Vice President of Branch Management & Administration David Scarcella (NMLS #753411) at Bank of Canton’s Community Shred Day.
CANTON, Mass. (May 25, 2021) – Bank of Canton collected 255 food and personal care items for the Canton Food Pantry during the bank’s free “Community Shred Day” event, held May 22 at its 557 Washington Street branch in downtown Canton.
While there was no cost to participate, eventgoers were encouraged to bring three non-perishable food items to help support the food pantry.
“Our communities have always shown strong support for our neighbors in need,” said Stephen P. Costello, president and CEO of Bank of Canton. “We appreciated seeing so many people donating items and seizing the opportunity to reduce their risk of fraud and identity theft by safely disposing of old documents. We thank everyone who made the day a success.”
The bank hosted a similar event at its 60 McGrath Highway branch in Quincy as well, where donations benefitted Interfaith Social Services‘ food pantry. Brockton’s Bay State Shredding, member of the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID), performed the onsite shredding services at both locations.
About Bank of Canton
Established in 1835, Bank of Canton is a Massachusetts-chartered mutual savings bank that offers its consumer, business and government banking customers access to a full array of deposit, loan, investment and convenience service options. As a mutual savings bank, the bank has no stockholders and acts exclusively in the best interests of its customers and communities. The bank lends throughout Massachusetts, and has branches in Canton, Quincy and Randolph and a mortgage center in Auburn. All deposits are fully insured between the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Depositors Insurance Fund (DIF). For more information, visit www.ibankcanton.com. Member FDIC. Member DIF. Equal Housing Lender. NMLS #408169.