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A $5,000 grant from the MutualOne Charitable Foundation will enable the Natick Service Council’s food pantry to better address the need for improved nutritional and heart health among economically disadvantaged residents.
The award will be used to increase the amount of heart-healthy foods distributed to food pantry clients, according to Greg Tutuny, executive director of the Natick Service Council. The donation brings to $8,500 the total amount granted to the food pantry by the MutualOne Charitable Foundation over the past three years.
Heart Healthy Gift — (From left) Natick Service Council Executive Director Greg Tutuny and MutualOne Charitable Foundation’s Administrative Director Rachel Stewart, Trustee Susan Acton, and Trustee Mark R. Haranas, president and CEO of MutualOne Bank, with a check representing the Foundation’s $5,000 grant to the Natick Service Council Food Pantry.
MutualOne Charitable Foundation’s recent $5,000 grant to United Way of Tri-County’s Feed a Family campaign helped the Pearl Street Cupboard and Café in Framingham provide holiday meals and groceries to hundreds of local residents.
In an average month in Framingham, United Way provides groceries for a total of 1,807 individuals, according to President & CPO Paul Mina. The 2010 US Census reports 9.1% of Framingham’s population living at or below the poverty line.
The annual Feed a Family campaign allows the United Way to do a little more for local residents during the November and December holiday season, said Mina.
CELEBRATING the MutualOne Charitable Foundation’s $5,000 grant to the United Way of Tri-County to help feed local families are (l to r): Rachel Stewart, administrative director of the Foundation; Paul Mina, United Way president and CPO; Susan Action, Foundation trustee; and Mark Haranas, Foundation trustee and MutualOne Bank president and chief executive officer.