Bring some cheer to local children and teens this holiday season by helping to “stuff a stocking” at The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod. Oversized stockings are located inside each of The Coop’s branches for Cape Codders to drop off toys, gift cards and supplies for The Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod. Some suggestions for items include: • New Unwrapped Toys & Games – for kids aged 3-12. • Gift Cards – for teenagers aged 13-16. • Outdoor Games – kick balls, basketballs, footballs, hula hoops, bicycles, scooters, and helmets. • AA, AAA & C batteries • Supermarket Gift Cards – to purchase healthy snacks and food for events and programs. • Arts & Crafts Supplies – construction paper, beads and jewelry making supplies, sequins, buttons, pipe cleaners, pom-poms, yarn, glitter, hot glue sticks, gimp, etc. New, unwrapped items can be dropped until Saturday, December 14. All donations will be delivered to the club in Mashpee the following week. Cash and check donations can also be dropped off with tellers in each branch (checks should be made out to The Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod) “The Boys and Girls Club is a tremendous resource for families in our Cape communities,” said Lisa Oliver, President of The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod. “These gifts and supplies will be directed to the families who need it most and used by the Club to maintain its programs. By dropping off an item or two in our branches, we can collectively have a big impact on local families this holiday season.” Donations can be dropped off at any of the Bank’s nine branches: 1591 Main Street, East Dennis; 1470 Orleans Road, East Harwich; 695 Attucks Lane, Hyannis; 275 Cotuit Road, Sandwich; 1121 Main Street, West Barnstable; 121 Main Street, Yarmouth Port; 660 North Falmouth Highway, Falmouth; 238 Worcester Court, Falmouth; 3878 Falmouth Road, Marstons Mills. For more information or hours, visit www.mycapecodbank.com. About The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod is an independent, local, mutual community bank with over $900 million in assets and over 170 employees. Established in 1921, the bank is committed to investing in the Cape Cod community where we live and work. The bank is headquartered in Hyannis with branches on Route 6A in Yarmouth Port, East Dennis and West Barnstable; in Sandwich at 275 Cotuit Road; in Hyannis at 695 Attucks Lane in Independence Park; in East Harwich at 1470 Orleans Road/Route 39; in North Falmouth at 660 North Falmouth Highway; in Falmouth at 238 Worcester Court; and in Marstons Mills at 3878 Falmouth Road. For more information, please visit www.mycapecodbank.com, www.facebook.com/mycapecodbank, or call 508.568.3400.