Community Good Works

Multifamily developer Greystar, the largest developer in Everett’s Commercial Triangle neighborhood, gave $25,000 to the city’s summer jobs program. See who else gave back recently.

Community Good Works

Monson Savings Bank recently gave $2,500 to to Girls Inc. of the Valley, a nonprofit based in Holyoke that offers a “pro-girl environment based on mutual respect” to Pioneer Valley youth ages 5 to 18. See who else gave back.

Personnel File – No. 326

Who’s on the move? From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: It’s the latest issue of Banker & Tradesman’s Personnel File.

Community Good Works

Leominster-based Fidelity Bank donated a pair of new freezers to the city’s Ginny’s Helping Hands and Food Pantry. See who else gave back recently.

Community Good Works

City Realty Group Managing Partners Fred Starikov and Stephen Whalen visited the AME Zion Church in Boston, part of Boston-based CRG’s yearly tradition of donating turkeys and pies to help those in need.

Community Good Works

From raising tens of thousands of dollars with athletic feats to giving a reason for families to celebrate, real estate brokerages, banks, credit unions and construction firms helped make the world a better place recently.

Community Good Works

From solar-powered scoreboards to donations to help honor veterans, local banks and credit unions gave back in many ways in recent weeks.

Personnel File

From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.

Community Good Works

From sponsoring efforts to keep indigenous history alive to helping employees help their local communities, local banks and credit unions gave back in a variety of ways this week.

Community Good Works

A Cambridge developer donated retail space for a food pantry, a bank helped buy seating for school children to learn outdoors and more in this week’s roundup of community good works.