Berkshire Bank Donates $37K To Habitat For Humanity Thanks To Bruins Penalty Kills

by NESN Staff

April 14, 2015

Thanks to the Boston Bruins, Habitat for Humanity received a big check from Berkshire Bank.

The Berkshire Bank Foundation donated $200 to the charity for every Bruins penalty kill this season, and 188 successful PKs later, the bank gave a grand total of $37,600 to Habitat. The funds will be evenly distributed among 12 Habitat affiliates in New England.

Berkshire Bank donated $37,600 to Habitat for Humanity

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