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Small Acts That Give Back is our own version of random acts of kindness. The mission is to spread joy to our members and neighbors right here in our own community. Read below to find out what we’ve done so far this year.

Small Acts That Give Back

Celebrating National Animal Crackers Day

Celebrating National Animal Crackers Day

April 18th was National Animal Crackers Day, and we celebrated with a Small Act That Gives Back by surprising members who visited our branches with free bags of Animal Crackers!

Help With Your Heating Bill

Once again, we helped some of our members pay their heating costs from this winter. Congratulations to our winners, who each received up to $400 toward a recent heating bill!
  • Nancy Clancy
  • Norman Ducharme
  • Jeffrey Mercier
  • Donna Saati
  • Roland Durcharme
  • Nancy Cicco
  • Mary Estacio
  • Martha Omorodionmogaji
Celebrating National Muffin Day

Celebrating National Muffin Day

We were excited to share our first Small Act That Gives Back of 2019 with the Westford Community on National Muffin Day. We gave a special surprise to early risers who visited Muffins on Main for breakfast, and encouraged them to pay it forward. If you're in Westford, be sure to stop by our branch, located at 196 Littleton Road, right next to Circle Health Urgent Care.
Showing the Love
Golfing for the Community
Golfing for the Community

We were honored to participate in the Owl Diner’s 28th Annual Charity Tournament. This annual event has raised more than $750,000 to benefit families and local organizations within the Merrimack Valley area.

Financial Wellness Fair

Our Financial Education team attended Middlesex Community College’s Financial Wellness Fair. Students had the opportunity to learn about several banks and credit unions in the area. We provided attendees with helpful resources on managing their financial lives, now and in the future.

Financial Wellness Fair
Partnering with PALS
Partnering with PALS

Gratia Gosselin, one of our Financial Education Specialists, taught "Mad City Money" to a group of students from Lowell High School's PALS Program. Students learned all about the differences between banks and credit unions, the importance of a good savings and checking account, understanding credit and credit scores, and more. They also completed a budgeting activity where they were assigned an occupation, income and debt, and were then tasked with making financial decisions based on their profile.

Teaching Aspiring Homeowners

Our Senior Loan Officer, Navi Osorno, taught a home buyer training class to 35 community members. Held by the Merrimack Valley Housing Partnership, the workshop took participants all the way through the mortgage application and home buying process.

Teaching Aspiring Homeowners

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Visit us at any of our branch locations, and see how we're sharing the love with a full line of financial services, including:

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