Left to right: Granite Valley School Principal Joe Trivisonno, Superintendent of Monson Public Schools Cheryl Clarke, Monson Savings Bank President and CEO Dan Moriarty, and Link to Libraries President and CEO Laurie Flynn pose for a photo in the Granite Valley School library to commemorate the bank's donation to Link to Libraries. Photo courtesy of Monson Savings Bank

Clinton Savings Bank

Clinton Savings Bank helped raise $45,000 for Berlin community performance space 19 Carter by matching all tax-deductible donations up to $10,000 during a recent fundraiser along with an anonymous donor who provided a second dollar-for-dollar match.

Country Bank

Ware-based Country Bank announced it gave $10,000 to the Quaboag Valley Community Development Corp. to support an unspecified range of “programs to help local communities in the region.”

Dedham Savings

Dedham Savings announced its foundation gave an unspecified amount of money to the Charles River Center to pilot a nutritional consultation and education program at five of CRC’s residential homes for people with developmental disabilities.

Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union

Lowell-based Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union gave $1,500 to the Kirsty Williams Memorial Foundation through its Give-A-Click campaign, which lets community members vote on donation recipients each quarter. The Kristy Williams Memorial Foundation is a nonprofit that aims to provide hope and financial support to individuals battling brain tumors and other forms of cancer.

Monson Savings Bank

Monson Savings Bank said it gave $6,000 to Link to Libraries, a nonprofit that will use the money to donate books to local schools, and executives surprised one of the schools set to benefit with a visit bringing some of the donated books.

North Shore Bank

Peabody-based North Shore Bank pledged to donate $10,000 to LEAP for Education, a local nonprofit that seeks to empower youth through education and career readiness.

The bank also gave another $10,000 to The Salem Pantry, a food pantry serving the North Shore.

Rockland Trust

Rockland Trust, based in Hanover, gave $5,000 to the Fall River Boys and Girls Club to help pay for the nonprofit’s Outside School Time Academic Success Programs for the 2023-2024 school year.

Webster Bank

Webster Bank, a Connecticut-based regional bank active in Massachusetts, gave an unrestricted $10,000 donation to Brockton-based affordable housing developer and services provider NeighborWorks Housing Solutions .

Community Good Works

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