Help Catie's Closet "Fill the Bus"

We are excited to be part of the Catie’s Closet “Fill the Bus for Kids in Need” effort which ensure kids have back-to-school clothing and toiletries to confidently start the school year. Many Enterprise Bank locations are hosting drop-off boxes as part of the Catie’s Closet “Fill the Bus” campaign, running August 1 through August 31. Will you help us fill the bus this year?

For the third year, Catie’s Closet is running the “Fill the Bus” campaign in an effort to fill a school bus with full-sized toiletries and new and gently-used clothes. These will be provided free of charge to 32,000 needy school kids in 60 schools across Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The goal for this year is 25,000 donated items and $25,000. A fresh set of clothes, a clean pair of socks, or a new toothbrush can make a world of difference to a student in need, as back-to-school time approaches.

For more information about Catie’s Closet and the types of donations needed, please visit Catie’s Closet’s web page.

Donations will be accepted August 1 through 31 during regular business hours at Enterprise Bank locations in these towns:

New Hampshire

Pelham
Salem
Windham

Massachusetts

Acton
Andover
Billerica
Chelmsford
Dracut
Lawrence
Lowell
Methuen
North Billerica
Tewksbury
Tyngsboro
Westford

To find a specific branch near you, visit our locations page.

Thank you for your help!

 

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