Middleton Food Pantry – Jeans Day

Photo of North Shore Bank Jeans Day check presentation to the Middleton Food Pantry.

Frank Leary founded the Middleton Food Pantry in 2010 after observing a growing need for food assistance in the Middleton community. The Middleton Council on Aging and Senior Service Center generously stepped up and donated space for the pantry. It's estimated that they have served over 350 Middleton families since it opened its doors.

North Shore Bank recently donated $1,100 to the pantry, proceeds were given by bank employees as part of the Bank's Jeans Day program. The Middleton Food Pantry is a self-sustaining, non-profit organization supported by private food donations. They raise funds solely for the continuance of their mission to feed needy families in their local community. All staff, including the directors, are volunteers and unpaid.
Every cent donated to the pantry goes to purchasing food and maintaining our appliances and operating equipment. This donation from the North Shore Bank employees means so much to us and the Middleton community.
- Frank Leary
Executive Director, Middleton Food Pantry
Seen above (left to right) is Maria Silva, North Shore Bank AVP and Sales and Service Manager of their Middleton Branch, and Frank Leary, Executive Director of the Middleton Food Pantry.

For more information on the pantry, visit www.middletonma.gov/190/Food-Pantry.