Randolph Savings Bank Announces 1000 Likes Campaign

September 3, 2014

We were thrilled to join the world of social media this summer as we launched our Facebook and Twitter pages for Randolph Savings Bank – but while social media is fantastic, we wouldn’t be Randolph Savings Bank if we didn’t add a little #RandolphAOK to the mix.

What’s #RandolphAOK?

Randolph Acts of Kindness represents the ways we reach out to our neighbors – with efforts large and small we seek to make an impact in our community, not just in the way we bank, but in the way we live.

When we get 1,000 likes on Facebook, we’ll gift one of these amazing local organizations with $1,000. All five of these non-profit organizations make a positive impact on the lives of individuals and families in our communities – and they’re so amazing, we’d like you to take a moment to read about each one. After that, Like our page and then head on over to our poll to vote for the organization you’d like to support with that donation. The organization with the most votes at the time we reach 1,000 likes will receive the donation.


Evelyn House

Part of Father Bill’s and MainSpring, Evelyn House shares in their mission to not just manage but end homelessness. Located in Stoughton, Evelyn House opened to homeless families in 2004. They help homeless people obtain a home by giving temporary shelter and food, and helping to find safe and affordable housing, as well as providing permanent housing with support services. Father Bill’s & MainSpring helps people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to achieve self-sufficiency.

GROW Associates

GROW Associates works with people with disabilities to connect them with the resources they need to live a meaningful and fulfilling life. Services are designed to capture the needs of individuals by offering employment training, finding jobs of choice in the community and giving individuals a way to give back to the community through participation and volunteering. This year alone, GROW individuals volunteered over 7837 hours of community service.  GROW participants worked 14,712 hours with wages of $118,408 in real paid jobs this past year.

My Brother’s Keeper

My Brother’s Keeper is a non-profit organization with locations in Easton and Dartmouth, Massachusetts. With 3,000 volunteers and nine full time employees working together, the program makes 8,000 deliveries of food and furniture to families in need each year. Over the past 25 years, they’ve made over 95,000 total deliveries to struggling families and individuals across eastern Massachusetts.

School on Wheels

School on Wheels is an academic program founded to support children experiencing homelessness so they can stay on track in school. The program provides customized services for over 200 children in grades K through 12 at 12 program sites as well as 26 college students currently enrolled at ten different schools throughout New England. Since it was founded in 2004, SOWMA has served 1,584 students.

South Shore Stars

South Shore Stars provides early education and youth development programs to communities south of Boston. By investing in school readiness and academic achievement and by promoting healthy development and choices and strengthening families, Stars gives children the opportunity to reach their full potential. Each year, over 1,200 children, ages two months to 16 years participate in South Shore Stars various programs.