Committed to Building ONE Community

HarborOne is passionate about enriching the lives of children and families. Founded in 1917 to serve the growing financial needs of our local communities, HarborOne continues to honor and embrace its commitment to strengthen and empower the communities where our customers and employees live and work.

How we invest in our community:

HarborOne focuses its support on programs that promote education, provide basic human needs, encourage healthy youth and families, and community organizations or civic-minded projects that improve the quality of life around us.

Current Initiative: ONECommunity Scholarship Recipients (2017)

HarborOne Bank awarded 20 college scholarships totaling $100,000 to high school seniors. As part of the ONECommunity Scholarship Program, we gave $5,000 scholarships to high school seniors from around the region. Click here to see the list of winners and reaction video >

Featured Initiatives:

As part of its one-hundred year birthday celebration, HarborOne Bank is proud to launch the HarborOne Foundation with donations totaling, $100,000 divided amongst four outstanding organizations. The HarborOne Foundation was created with a portion of the proceeds from the bank’s recent public offering this this will expand HarborOne’s ability to assist and create opportunities for individuals and families across the region.  The four local organizations receiving these $25,000 inaugural grants include Father Bill’s and MainSpring, NeighborWorks Southern MA, Old Colony YMCA and Boys & Girls Club of Brockton.
 
Pictured Left to Right:
Vinny Maturano, President & CEO, Old Colony YMCA; John Yazwinski, President & CEO, Father Bill’s & MainSpring; Derek Heim, Executive Director, Brockton Boys & Girls Club; Norm Grenier, President, NeighborWorks Southern MA

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We are thrilled to announce our 2nd Annual Harvest for Hunger Campaign.. Our goal is to provide15HBP179_Landing-Page-slider-Image-01.png local food pantries and hunger programs with in-kind donations of non-perishable food and financial support. 

Customers are encouraged to join this effort by making a donation of non-perishable at any one of branch locations.  

Donations will stay local.  Harvest for Hunger Community Partners include:

  • Saint Vincent DePaul Food Pantry, Abington
  • Attleboro Area Council of Churches, Attleboro
  • Hebron Food Pantry, Attleboro
  • Charity Guild, Brockton
  • Catholic Charities, Brockton
  • Brockton Enterprise Helping Hands Fund, Brockton
  • Canton Food Pantry, Canton
  • My Brother’s Keeper, Easton
  • Our Daily Bread Food Pantry, Mansfield
  • Saint Vincent DePaul Food Pantry, Middleborough
  • South Shore Community Action Council Food Pantry, Plymouth
  • Interfaith Social Services, Quincy
  • Friendly Food Pantry, Randolph
  • Raynham Food Basket , Raynham
  • Damien’s Food Pantry, Wareham
  • West Bridgewater Food Pantry, West Bridgewater

HarborOne Bank awarded 20 college scholarships totaling $100,000 to high school seniors. As part of the ONECommunity Scholarship Program, we gave $5,000 scholarships to high school seniors from around the region. Click here to see the list of winners and reaction video >

We are thrilled to announce its 1st Annual Harvest for Hunger Campaign. Our goal is to provide15HBP179_Landing-Page-slider-Image-01.png local food pantries and hunger programs with in-kind donations of non-perishable food and financial support. 

Customers are encouraged to join this effort by making a donation of non-perishable at any one of branch locations.  

Donations will stay local.  Harvest for Hunger Community Partners include:

  • Saint Vincent DePaul Food Pantry, Abington
  • Attleboro Area Council of Churches, Attleboro
  • Central Square Congregational Church, Bridgewater
  • Charity Guild, Brockton
  • Catholic Charities, Brockton
  • Brockton Enterprise Helping Hands Fund, Brockton
  • Canton Food Pantry, Canton
  • My Brother’s Keeper, Easton
  • Our Daily Bread Food Pantry, Mansfield
  • Saint Vincent DePaul Food Pantry, Middleborough
  • South Shore Community Action Council Food Pantry, Plymouth
  • Friendly Food Pantry, Randolph
  • Raynham Food Basket , Raynham
  • Taunton Boys & Girls Club Breakfast Program, Taunton

As a Founding Sponsor, HarborOne is proud to support Brockton Knocks Down Diabetes Campaign (BKDD). BKDD is a coalition of the Old Colony YMCA and more than 40 area organizations dedicated to Diabetes awareness and education. The coalition will host a variety of free events from June 6th-13th. The series kicks off with a Health and Wellness Expo, sponsored by Signature Healthcare, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 6 at The Shaw’s Center, 1 Feinberg Way. A range of events will take place throughout the week at partner organizations including: the Brockton Council on Aging, the Cape Verdean Association, the Brockton Neighborhood Health Center, Massasoit Community College and Messiah Baptist Church. The week of events will cumulate with a Diabetes FUN Walk/Run at 9:30 a.m. on June 13 in D.W. Field Park in Brockton, followed by a Brockton Rox game at 6:05 p.m. that evening at Campanelli Stadium. For more information visit the Brockton Knocks Down Diabetes Facebook page.

HarborOne is excited to announce the ten winners of our ONECommunity college scholarships. Each recipient will receive $1,000 to be utilized for educational expenses in the upcoming academic year. The winners embodied a commitment to community and academic excellence. Congratulations!

  • Paul LaFond, Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School
  • Matthew Minichiello, Brockton High School
  • Kate Lynch, Cardinal Spellman High School
  • MacKenzi Curtin, East Bridgewater Jr. Sr. High School
  • Tommi Cathleen Gans, Falmouth High School
  • Liza French, Middleboro High School
  • Sidney Wadsworth, Middleboro High School
  • McKenna Cassford, Pembroke High School
  • Kelly Gately, Taunton High School
  • Casey Corr, Whitman-Hanson Regional High School

We are thrilled to report that HarborOne ‘s GameTime Drive provided 374 New board games to support School on Wheels of Massachusetts, a local nonprofit partner that provides academic support and mentoring to more than 300 families throughout the South Shore. The games were utilized for School on Wheels Annual Family Game Nights hosted at local area hotels to provide a social and fun opportunity for child and adults living in difficult circumstances. “Thank you to the HarborOne Bank community for their generous support,” said Cheryl Opper, Founder and Executive Director of School on Wheels. “Family interaction is such a critical part of a child’s overall development and we know that this donation will provide countless memories for so many of the families that we serve.” To learn more about School on Wheels please visit: www.SOWMA.org.