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Junior Achievement of Southern Massachusetts receives a $10,000 grant from Bristol County Savings Bank (BCSB). Pictured from left to right: Jeff Pagliuca, senior vice president of commercial lending at BCS;, Michael Patacao, vice president of commercial lending at BCSB and chair of JA Southern Massachusetts' board of directors; Jeffrey Pelletier, president of JA of Southern Massachusetts; Nicole Nault, events and development manager of JA of Southern Massachusetts; and Jeff Bradley, vice president of community relations at BCSB.

Arbella Insurance

The Arbella Insurance Foundation donated more than $2.4 million to support nearly 700 charitable organizations throughout New England in 2018.

Bristol County Savings Bank

Bristol County Savings Bank is the title sponsor of Junior Achievement’s 2019 Titan Business Challenge for area high school students to take place on March 12 at UMass Dartmouth. The bank donated $10,000 to the organization.

BankFive

BankFive recently granted $30,000 to the Narrows Center for the Arts in Fall River. The donation will be paid over three years.

HarborOne Bank

South Shore Habitat for Humanity received a $15,000 HarborOne Foundation award to support the construction of up to two single-family affordable homes in Hingham.

Leominster Credit Union

Leominster Credit Union donated 74 new blankets to area homeless shelters and charities as part of the Cooperative Credit Union Association’s 2019 Blanket Drive.

MutualOne Bank

MutualOne Bank awarded $4,000 to the Morse Institute Library in Natick to help expand and improve the library’s bookmobile services.

Naveo Credit Union

Naveo Credit Union collected nearly 1,500 blankets and warm winter items for the homeless as part of the Cooperative Credit Union Association’s 2019 Blanket Drive. The items will be distributed across the state to 20 different agencies

Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank

Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank donated $3,000 to support the eighth annual fundraiser for Pettengill House, which supports families and children in North Shore communities.

Reading Cooperative Bank

Reading Cooperative Bank recently gave $1,500 to Wilmington Community Television to support community media.

Community Good Works

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