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HarborOne Foundation Awards $195,000 in Grants

Heidrea for Heroes, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth, Brockton Boys & Girls Club and Quincy Community Action Programs were among the recipients of 17 HarborOne Foundation grants serving dozens of communities stretching from Attleboro to Plymouth to Quincy to Southern New Hampshire.

The HarborOne Foundation was created in 2016 to support the work of community non-profits including those helping homeless individuals and families, supporting education and youth development programs, fighting hunger and providing job training.

“HarborOne has always taken its role as a good citizen in our communities to heart, and the Foundation was established to help us broaden those efforts while finding the places where our dollars will do the most good,” said Joseph Casey, President of HarborOne Bank and Foundation Director. “We are thrilled at the opportunity to partner and invest in high impact organizations who work tirelessly to improve the lives of children and families in the communities we serve.”

This year’s grants included aid to the following organizations:
  • Attleboro YMCA received a $10,000 grant to support the implementation of Robotics in their afterschool programming.
  • Boys & Girls Club of Brockton, Inc. received a $25,000 grant to help support the Teen Education Programming: College Access & Career Exploration.
  • Coaching4Change received a $7,500 grant to support after-school programs in high need middle schools located in Taunton, MA.
  • Community Servings, Inc. received a $10,000 grant to help provide 32,000 medically-tailored home-delivered meals, comprehensive client services and nutrition education and counseling to 185 low-income primary clients, dependent children and caregivers living with devastating illnesses.
  • Father Bill’s & MainSpring received a $15,000 grant to support Montello Welcome Home II, a new housing development set to open in September 2018, that will house 23 homeless individuals.
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth, Inc. received a $5,000 grant to support the Plymouth Veterans Build Project which will construct three affordable homes off Long Pond Road on land provided by the Town of Plymouth, two of which are targeted for veterans.
  • Health Imperatives, Inc. received a $10,000 grant to support the Healthy Plymouth Project.
  • Heidrea For Heroes, Inc. received a $7,500 grant to support projects involving adaptive home renovations and repairs to enhance the safety of home-owning veterans, and financial assistance for veterans facing eviction from rental units.
  • Housing Solutions for Southeastern Mass received a $25,000 grant to provide high quality affordable housing for seniors in greater Brockton and Taunton.
  • NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire received a $5,000 grant to address housing needs in New Hampshire.
  • Old Colony Y received a $20,000 grant to support a multi-layered response to eradicate the academic achievement gap for both children and their families.
  • Quincy Community Action Programs, Inc. received a $10,000 grant to support QCAP’s Financial REACH Center, which provides financial capability services for low-income residents.
  • School on Wheels Massachusetts received a $10,000 grant to support “Pathways to Success for Students Impacted by Homelessness,” which provides customize tutoring/mentoring, learning, resources and/or college assistance to 400 homeless K-College students across Southeastern, MA.
  • South Shore Starts Inc. received a $10,000 grant to help expand the hours the Family Partner staff member devoted to providing information, referral, advocacy and coaching to parents with a goal of improving financial stability.
  • The Arc Of The South Shore Inc. received a $5,000 grant to help subsidize programs for low and moderate income families.
  • The Bridgewater State University Foundation received a $10,000 grant to support the participation of 110 Brockton middle and high school students in a newly enhanced version of the Bridge Partnership.
  • The Literacy Center Inc. received a $10,000 grant to support individuals and families seeking to acquire the skills needed to attain personal and employment goals.
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