Community Involvement Council


Our Mission

The Cranberry Country Chamber of Commerce strives to lead the community in economic growth opportunities, provide a sense of community for local businesses, and develop valuable new connections and partnerships.  This Council provides support to local non-profit organizations and causes in the community to keep it strong and thriving for all.

Our Council meets on the 2nd Friday of each month 9-10 am at the Chamber office.  Call Pam for details!

2024 Campaigns:

    1st & 2nd Quarter:  Spring  Food Drive/Electronics/Shredding drop off  | BAMSI in Motion

    3rd Quarter:  Coat and Pajama Drive for My Brother’s Keeper; Angels in America, Turning Point/Wareham

    4th Quarter:  My Brother’s Keeper, and others to be determined.


All Year:  Community Impact Email that will promote our Non-Profit Members Initiatives giving opportunties for our member businesses to give back.


Cranberry Country Chamber provides an opportunity for our members to sponsor a small or non-profit business membership.


From Barbara Fox, School on Wheels:

Dear Friends:

 First, thank you so much for your wonderful hospitality last evening.  I enjoyed meeting you all and more so, being received with open arms, hugs and good conversation. It was a lovely evening and my pleasure to be among you all. It was great to see all the camaraderie–your chamber so vibrant!

 Next, I want to thank each and every one of you for your contributions to the SOWMA backpack and supply drive you are hosting for us and for the students we are serving. As I mentioned to you last evening, we are pulling together backpacks and resources for over 7,000 children this back to school season. Every backpack, every notebook, every pencil counts towards this effort. We cannot thank you enough for your help and generosity. We really believe the start of a great school year begins with the backpack and tools inside giving the children we serve everything they need including the confidence to do well in school. It means everything to them to fit in with their peers–most especially that first day. Further, you have helped families, teachers and school districts with your help. Your generosity is making it happen. You all are making a difference.

 Special thanks to Cranberry Chamber leadership for hosting this drive, choosing to support our organization and to Quack for always helping to make a difference for the children we serve.

 We are beyond grateful today. Please know whatever I took last night will be 100% used within the week and shipped out to communities all around the South Shore area.  

I hope to meet you all again–your energy was amazing!

 With sincere gratitude, Barbara Fox, School on Wheels 

Our Committee and Partners:

Jonathan Ashbridge – JASELLS Keller Williams

Kimberly Bales – Old Colony Elder Services (OCES)

Kristen Barrows – North Easton Savings Bank – Halifax

Cheryl Bilodeau – Rockland Trust – Middleboro

Fitzroy Black – Jack Conway

Molly Bopp – Old Colony YMCA

Elaine Crosby – Austism Care Partners

Charles “Skip” Dennis – The Junkluggers

Gayle Dragicevich – Gayle Suzanne

Geniene Elliott – Rockland Trust – Carver

Jeff Fiedler – Ockers Technologies

Nick Gervasi – Bluestone Bank – Raynham

Eric Green – Value Store It Storage

Jason Gregory – Taunton Federal Credit Union

Linda Grande – HarborOne Bank

Brian Hoffman – Red Ball Promotions

Shon Hurley – Like New Cleaning

Kevin Jordon – Berger Adjusters

Julie Kennedy – Old Colony YMCA

Nicole Kenny – Rockland Trust

Bridget Mallon – North Easton Savings Bank – Carver

Kevin “Quack” Quackenbush – The American Dream Team

Meg Quirke – Carver Cares / Carver Public Schools

Erin Smith – Rockland Trust

Kimberly Sokol – Easter Seals/The Bridge Center

Dan Stolts – jIT Solutions

Tom Talbot – First Citizens Federal Credit Union

Our Goal is to ENDORSE AND PROMOTE our member initatives; we may not necessarily endorse depending on event or cause.


If you are interested in learning more, joining our committee, or suggesting a local established charity,
contact our office at 508-947-1499.

Not only do we focus seriously on our community…we do have fun!

Our Council has assisted local partners in recent projects such as:

E-Recycling & Food Drive with The Junkluggers & North Easton Savings Bank & First Citizens Federal Credit Union/Raynham

Duffel bags for children in foster care through Plymouth DCF office

Blankets for Veterans campaign with the Middleboro Veteran’s office to reach veterans in all 9 communities

Trucchi’s Stuff the Truck Annual Event for Food Pantry

Middleboro Rotary Annual Fundraising Auction, Book Boxes

Networking Group USA/Chamber thank you to Morton Hospital Nursing Staff

YMCA Spin-a-thon, 100th Camp Yomechas clean up

School on Wheels Backpacks and school supplies

Senior Citizen Campaign delivering kits to seniors in all 9 Chamber Communities 2021

My Brother’s Keeper Christmas Program  Volunteering/Adopt a Family