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Community Mentoring Team Receives a $75,000 Grant from the Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation


Pictured left to right: Melvin Tutiven, Vice President, Jamaica Plain Branch Manager at Rockland Trust; Alastair Ironside, Chief Marketing Officer at Rockland Trust; Andrea Borowiecki, Vice President of Charitable Giving & Community Engagement at Rockland Trust; Robert Lewis, Community Mentoring Team Mentor; Bill Moran, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Community Mentoring Team; Christopher Oddleifson, Former Chief Executive Officer at Rockland Trust ; Greg Burgess, Community Mentoring Team Mentor

About Community Mentoring Team

Founded in 2018, the Community Mentoring Team (CMT) is a workforce development and mentorship nonprofit program for Boston’s Black community. Through strategic and innovative partnerships with developers, contractors, labor unions, government officials, and community leaders, CMT provides career development, opportunities, tools, and construction linkages that fuel economic equity. Visit Community Mentoring Team. Follow Us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

About Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation, Inc.                                                             

The Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation's mission is to strengthen the communities served by the Bank. We enable individuals and their families to access opportunity and improve the quality of their lives. To date, the Foundation has distributed more than $20 million in grants to qualified non-profit organizations in the communities served by Rockland Trust. For information about the Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation, please visit