Four food pantry projects in the Berkshires received donations totaling $30,000 from Spectrum Health Systems, a nonprofit that offers addiction treatment programs in Massachusetts.

The company says it has given $180,000 in communities in which it provides services.

Locally, the Berkshire Food Project in North Adams received $10,000; the Berkshire Dream Center in Pittsfield received $5,000, the Christian Center in Pittsfield received $5,000 and the People’s Pantry in Great Barrington received $10,000.

Jackie Fraser, a spokeswoman for Spectrum said the Pittsfield gift was divided between the two groups.

In all, 19 local food banks and pantries received support from Spectrum, Fraser said.

Investigations editor

Larry Parnass, investigations editor, joined The Eagle in 2016 from the Daily Hampshire Gazette, where he was editor in chief. His freelance work has appeared in the Washington Post, Boston Globe, Hartford Courant and CommonWealth Magazine.