The State Street Foundation is supporting Quincy’s Interfaith Social Services with a $15,000 grant for the organization’s Pantry Shelf food program, which helps feed thousands of individuals annually with over 500,000 pounds of food. The funding will also help Interfaith’s Learning Pantry program, which provides education workshops on nutrition to clients. “It goes a long way,” said Interfaith’s executive director, Rick Doane. “They have been a friend for a number of years and are so good for so many nonprofits. The communities they are in are lucky to have them as partners, because they are generous and really get it as far as community engagement goes.” In addition, Doane said, this year State’s Street’s Global Operations Division in Quincy has been sending volunteer groups to Interfaith every month. The volunteers have been able to donate backpacks for the organization’s annual school drive, and have also helped run the food shelter. “They have stepped it up as for employee engagement,” Doane said. For more information on Interfaith, visit www.InterfaithSocialServices.org.