Pie Day Plus for Thanksgiving 2022 – your help especially needed this year!

Canton Co-operative employees with scarecrowCanton, Mass. – It’s no secret that the economy has made life difficult for many people this year.

Once again, Canton Co-operative Bank will be collecting store-bought pies to help the Canton Food Pantry make Thanksgiving brighter for local individuals and families who are struggling.

The Canton Food Pantry has also announced that – in addition to pies – they especially need boxed/bagged stuffing and canned cranberry sauce.

If you can help, please bring a fresh store-bought pie (or pies!) with an ingredient list on the box for food allergy purposes along with boxed/bagged stuffing and/or canned cranberry sauce into Canton Co-operative at 671 Washington Street on either Friday, Nov. 18th by 5PM or on Saturday, Nov. 19th by 12 noon.

If you can’t stop by with a pie or fixings but you would like to help, donations for the Food Pantry are also being accepted now in the Bank lobby.

For more information, contact April McKee at 781-828-8811 x170.

Canton Co-operative has been Canton’s hometown bank since 1891 and is rated “5-Star for Strength & Stability” as “one of the strongest banks in the country,” according to bank-rating service BauerFinancial of Coral Gables, Florida. All deposits are insured by the FDIC and the Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF). The phone number is 781-828-8811.

Photo: Anabela Vargas, Nick Maffeo and Kelly Howard with Canton Co-operative Bank’s scarecrow entry in the 2022 “Canton Cares” fundraiser for the Canton Food Pantry.

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