NeighborWorks Housing Solutions Receives Scholastic School Book Donation from Wells Fargo

NeighborWorks® Housing Solutions (NHS), the leading housing service provider in southern Massachusetts, recently received a donation of nearly 800 Scholastic® school books from Wells Fargo.

These books, which are geared toward younger learners (pre-K to Kindergarten), feature diverse characters and stories, and are being distributed through Scholastic, a leader in publishing and education for almost 100 years.

The books will be distributed to children and families living in NHS housing, as well as children in family shelters and other children whose families participate in NHS programs.

“With so much remote learning and communication now required as a result of the ongoing pandemic, the impact of a child receiving a physical book is that much more meaningful,” said Serenity Belo, resource development director for NHS. “We’re grateful to Wells Fargo, and for their ongoing partnership with our organization.”

“NeighborWorks Housing Solutions provides so much more than housing to these children and their families,” said Briana Curran, vice president of Communications and Social Impact for Wells Fargo. “We’re glad to contribute in ways that support their mission of promoting health and well-being by developing housing and providing housing resources and education in a collaborative manner.”

About NeighborWorks® Housing Solutions

NeighborWorks® Housing Solutions is the leading housing service provider in southern Massachusetts. NHS has more than 70 years of combined experience in the community development field and provides services to more than 11,000 households in more than 75 cities and towns across the region. In addition to building and managing 786 units of housing for veterans, homeless families and others in need, the agency offers a wide range of housing services, including foreclosure prevention counseling, home rehabilitation loans and grants, financial coaching and first-time homebuyer workshops. For more information, contact Serenity Belo, Resource Development Director, at 617-770-5217 or [email protected], or visit: