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July 11, 2014

Seamans Bank HOWBarre Savings Bank, the National Association of Realtors, Seamen's Bank and more are featured in our weekly roundup of banks and other organizations giving back to their communities.


Barre Savings Bank

Barre Savings Bank has launched a fundraiser to support Little League baseball teams in Barre, Paxton and Princeton. When local residents bring in special baseball tokens, which were sent out in mailers and can be found at the bank's website, Barre Savings Bank will contribute $1, up to $1,500, to be divided equally between the three leagues. The bank will accept tokens until July 30.


Berkshire Bank

Pittsfield-based Berkshire Bank's foundation recently awarded a $1,500 grant to support the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center (MSBDC). The funds will support the MSBDC's business advisory services and other programs throughout Western Massachusetts.


MutualOne Bank

Framingham-based MutualOne Bank has awarded $7,500 to Jewish Family Service of Metrowest to support the continuation of a Patient Navigator pilot program. The program focuses on health and wellness for seniors in Framingham, Natick and adjoining communities.


National Association of Realtors

The Realtor Association of Pioneer Valley has received a $2,100 Placemaking-Micro Grant from the National Association of Realtors. The funds will support the Agawam Dog Owners Group (ADOG) and create a dog park on formerly unused municipal property.


Seamen's Bank

The 2014 Seamen's Bank Walking Home fundraiser has raised $5,000 for Helping Our Women (HOW). HOW is a nonprofit founded in 1993 to assist women from Eastham to Provincetown who suffer from chronic, life-threatening or disabling illnesses.


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