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July 18, 2014


MutualOne Bank has donated $7,000 to Reed Academy in FraminghamBelmont Savings Bank, MutualOne Bank, The Village Bank and more are include in our weekly roundup of banks and brokerages giving back to their communities.

 

Bay State Savings Bank

Worcester-based Bay State Savings Bank recently presented a $6,000 check to the Kiwanis Club of Worcester. The funds will be used to support the club's annual toy drive for underprivileged children.

 

Belmont Savings Bank

The Belmont Savings Bank Foundation recently provided a $2,000 grant to the Belmont Woman's Club to help restore the William Flagg Homer House's cupola roof. The grant will cover half of the renovation.

The Belmont Woman's Club is the steward of the 1853 Homer House, a site associated with 19th century artist Winslow Homer.

 

HarborOne Bank

Brockton-based HarborOne Bank has awarded $19,000 in scholarships to 18 high school seniors. Scholarship recipients were evaluated criteria including academic transcript, community and school involvement and personal essays.

 

MutualOne Bank

Framingham-based MutualOne Bank's charitable recently donated $7,000 to Reed Academy in Framingham to buy iPads for students in technology education and theater or creative arts programs.

 

North Middlesex Savings Bank

North Middlesex Savings Bank has donated $7,500 to Habitat for Humanity of North Central Massachusetts, becoming the organization's lead sponsor for an upcoming project in Ayer.

In addition to the sponsorship donation, the bank will volunteer time to the Ayer project, which will construct a duplex at 76 Central Ave., pending approval from town officials and the zoning board.

 

Seamen's Bank

The Seamen's Bank Long Point Charitable Foundation has pledged $10,000 toward the construction of the new Eastham Library. The grant will support the library's expansion, which will enlarge the site by more than 100 percent, adding 18,000 square feet of community space

 

The Village Bank

The Auburndale-based Village Bank has awarded a total of $58,000 in scholarships to 21 graduating high school seniors.

Kirk Gulezian of Noble and Greenough School, and Andrew Lidington of Wayland High School received scholarships in the amount of $10,000, with $2,500 to be awarded at the successful completion of each of the student's four college years. Several students received one-time scholarships for $2,000.

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