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January 31, 2022
OXFORD, MASSACHUSETTS – bankHometown and its employees recently made donations totaling more than $23,000 to three United Way organizations in Central Massachusetts.
Employees pledged more than $20,000 of their own funds in support of the bank’s United Way workplace campaign. Combined with the bank’s direct contribution, the campaign total of $23,740 will be divided among the United Way organizations of Central, North Central, and South Central Massachusetts as determined by the employees. The campaign provides employees with the opportunity to donate and direct funds, advocating for causes that are most important to them.
As a long-time contributor to the United Way, the bank and its employees have donated nearly $97,000 to United Way organizations in Central Massachusetts through both the workplace campaign and direct support of other events and campaigns in the last five years alone. The United Way is a volunteer-driven organization that serves residents through its own programs and services as well as those of its partner agencies. The organization works to advance the common good by focusing on the building blocks for a good life – education, financial stability, health, and basic needs.
“United Way helps improve the quality of life for our friends and neighbors throughout Central Massachusetts,” said bankHometown President and CEO Robert J. Morton. “bankHometown and our employees are proud to support the organization because, together, we can help people in these communities unlock their full potential.”
In the Photo
Pictured left to right are Timothy Garvin, president and CEO of the United Way of Central Massachusetts; Robert J. Morton, bankHometown president and CEO; Tina Puzo, vice president and branch officer of the Auburn office of bankHometown and the bank’s workplace campaign coordinator; Mary O’Coin, executive director of the United Way of South Central Massachusetts; and Kory Eng, president and CEO of the United Way of North Central Massachusetts.