UniBank Coordinates Holiday Giving Campaign

UniBank will once again kick off its annual Holiday Giving campaign on November 24 to make the season brighter for individuals and families throughout the community. The campaign is part of the bank’s dedication to improving life for the communities it serves.

Each UniBank branch has chosen an organization that fills a need in their community and employees support the program by making and purchasing items, and accepting donations from customers and the general public. Many local residents face difficult times around the holiday season and UniBank is pleased to work with local charitable organizations in support of this effort to help its neighbors. Branch collections are as follows:

Blackstone: Displaying a Giving Tree requesting items to be distributed by the Blackstone Fire Department for individuals and families in Blackstone.

Douglas: Collecting non-perishable food items for the Douglas Food Pantry located at St. Denis Church.

Hopkinton: Displaying a Giving Tree with “heart tags” requesting items that will be distributed to families in need by Project Just Because.

Milford: Collecting canned goods, non-perishable food items, and toiletries to be distributed by the Daily Bread Food Pantry in Milford.

North Grafton: Displaying a Giving Tree with tags requesting items needed by senior citizens that will be distributed by the Grafton Senior Center.

Shrewsbury: Displaying a Giving Tree with tags requesting items for children in need to be distributed by St. Anne’s Human Services.

Sutton North and Sutton South: Display Giving Trees requesting items for senior citizens to be distributed by the Sutton Senior Center and collecting new, unwrapped toys for Toys for Teens in collaboration with the Blackstone Valley Marine Corps.

Upton: Displaying a wish tree requesting items needed by senior citizens to be handed out by the Upton Senior Center.

Uxbridge: The Giving Tree has tags requesting specific items for children in Uxbridge to be distributed by the People First Food Pantry.

Whitinsville Main: Partnering with The Virtual Giving Tree to display tags requesting items needed by local senior citizens.

Whitinsville Plaza: Displaying a Giving Tree requesting items to be distributed by the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families to benefit local children. 

Worcester: The Giving Tree has tags requesting specific items needed by women and children to be distributed by the YWCA.

Donated items may be dropped off during regular banking hours through mid-December. Check with your local branch for specific details and deadlines.