2023 Holiday Giving

Dress a live Doll and Stuff A Bus

Pay It Forward

In 2023, our employees have raised about $26,000 through employee-managed #PayItForward Program to help 26 nonprofit organizations. For the past 13 years, our employees have supported local nonprofit organizations in our community by wearing jeans at work.

Every other Friday, employees donate a minimum of $5, and an organization is designated as the beneficiary. The organizations are nominated by employees and selected by the employee-based Pay It Forward committee. The only criteria for nominations is that the organization be affiliated with Cape Cod and a registered 501(c)3.

This holiday season, our employees worked in teams to use #PayItForward funds for the following holiday community programs:

Stuff A Stocking

A Baby Center is the beneficiary of our annual Stuff A Stocking program. Please consider helping local children and their families this holiday season by bringing donations of baby clothes and diapers, gift cards and feminine hygiene products to any of our branches. The unwrapped items can be dropped into the giant stockings located at each branch through Saturday, December 30th.

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Holiday Meal Deliveries Our team prepares to package and deliver holiday meals with the Mashpee Chamber of Commerce

The Mashpee Chamber of Commerce is proud to organize and deliver holiday dinners to home-bound and in-need Mashpee residents. This year, our sponsorship helped with the cost of the meals. Our team also joined in to help make the deliveries!

Meals On Wheels

For the past 10 years, the Bank has provided holiday cards to be distributed with the Meals on Wheels deliveries for seniors served by the Barnstable Senior Center. This year, our employees volunteered to be part of a little holiday magic by writing handwritten, personal messages in the cards. Our goal was 250 cards, but we hit 385 cards!


We’re proud to continue our #GivingTuesday tradition of supporting local food pantries by donating $1,000 each to 10 different pantries across the Cape.