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  • Monson Savings Bank donates $15,000 to Local Non-Profits

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    January 12, 2021
    The Community Giving Initiative Votes are Tallied,
    Monson Savings Bank donates $15,000 to Local Non-Profits
    The Bank’s annual Community Giving Initiative invited the public to cast their vote for the non-profits they want to receive contributions in 2021.
    Monson, MA –  The public has spoken. The results are in. After Monson Savings Bank asked community members to cast their vote for their favorite charitable organizations as a part of the Monson Savings Bank 2021 Community Giving Initiative, they did that with passion, submitting over 3,400 votes.
    Now that the votes have been tallied, Monson Savings Bank is donating a total $15,000 among the top ten vote recipients to follow through on their mission to be a supporter of its communities. In total, 200 organizations were among the list that received votes.
    “We express our heartfelt congratulations to the following top ten recipients of votes received through the Monson Savings Bank 2021 Community Giving Initiative,” said Dan Moriarty, President of Monson Savings Bank. “They are all well-deserved non-profit organizations and we can see why they were chosen by community members.”
    2021 Monson Savings Bank Community Giving Initiative Recipients:
    Women's Empowerment Scholarship – Greater Springfield
    Wilbraham United Players - Wilbraham
    Shriner's Hospital for Children - Springfield
    Rick's Place – Wilbraham
    I Found Light Against All Odds – Greater Springfield
    Academy Hill Private School Scholarship - Springfield
    Scantic Valley YMCA Branch - Wilbraham
    Monson Free Library - Monson
    St. Michael's Players – East Longmeadow
    Link to Libraries, Inc. - Hampden
    This was the eleventh year of the Monson Savings Bank Initiative and the public’s excitement to cast their vote has not wavered.
    “All of us at Monson Savings Bank are so happy to continue to receive such enthusiastic involvement through the Community Giving Initiative. We love working together with the public to ensure that the non-profits that make a positive impact in our communities are recognized and supported,” said Dan Moriarty, President of Monson Savings Bank. “As a local community bank committed to doing whatever it takes to support our customers, businesses and communities, we understand how much of a difference these organizations can truly make for our neighbors. Thank you for casting your votes!”
    About Monson Savings Bank
    Incorporated as a mutually chartered community bank in 1872, Monson Savings Bank has the longest tenure of service and stability in its market. Civic leaders chartered the bank with the intent to give working men and women the opportunity to save, which – incredibly, they could not do prior to the bank’s inception.  Today, Monson Savings Bank retains its legacy of empowerment through savings, but has expanded to serve its customers with a variety of innovative financial services, including digital banking, online mortgage applications and business banking, and commercial lending. The bank has expanded on its promise of “where people save, businesses prosper, and communities benefit” by opening offices in Hampden, Wilbraham, Ware, and most recently East Longmeadow, Massachusetts. The bank also opened a retail and business loan operations center in Wilbraham in 2020. Member FDIC, Member DIF, Equal Housing Lender.
    Caitlin M. O'Connor, Vice President, Marketing Officer, Monson Savings Bank
    coconnor@monsonsavings.com, 413-725-4561