SANFORD — The New England Patriots’ streak of high-scoring victories in October was good news for fans; it was also good news for the York County Shelter Programs and the families and individuals it supports.

As part of SIS Bank’s Touchdowns for Good campaign, the bank has announced a donation of $700 to YCSP. Prior to the 2014 season, SIS Bank pledged to donate $50 to a local nonprofit organization for every touchdown pass thrown by the Patriots during the team’s 2014 regular-season schedule. Each month features a different nonprofit recipient.

“Touchdowns for Good gives us another great reason to cheer for the Patriots. We’re very excited that they had such a high-scoring month and that we were able to assist the York County Shelter,” said SIS Bank President & CEO Mark T. Mickeriz. “Everyone deserves a warm, safe place to sleep during the winter months, and we’re honored to partner with such a wonderful organization.”

YCSP, based in Alfred, operates 23 houses for homeless individuals and families throughout southern Maine. The homes provide residents with shelter, personal growth opportunities and connections with community resources, with a goal of ending homelessness.

After the Patriots threw four touchdown passes in September, SIS Bank donated $200 to Waban Projects. Touchdowns for Good supported Grahamtastic Connection in November and YMCA’s of Maine in December. A running tally of Touchdowns for Good donations can be found at: banksis.us/touchdowns-for-good.