Please note: email messages are not secure. Please refrain from entering personal, confidential information in the message, such as your social security or account numbers. Thank you.
The Merrimack County Savings Bank Foundation has awarded $49,000 to 19 non-profit organizations. The Foundation, which is managed by MillRiver Wealth Management, was funded by Merrimack County Savings Bank in 1997 for grant-based contributions to non-profit organizations that enrich and improve the quality of life for residents living in the Bank’s service areas.
These grants are in addition to the Bank’s many local contributions in the form of sponsorships, donations and scholarships, as well as the extraordinary volunteer efforts of its employees.
“Community support has always been a central part of our mission,” said Philip Emma, President of Merrimack County Savings Bank. “Not only are we able to give back to organizations who are improving the communities we serve, but we have the benefit of helping to improve the lives of our customers, employees and local community members.”
Grants were awarded to:
CATCH Neighborhood Housing (Concord, NH)
Circle Program (Plymouth, NH)
Concord Dental Sealant Coalition (Concord, NH)
Concord Family YMCA (Concord, NH)
Concord Hospital (Concord, NH)
Friends Program (Concord, NH)
Front Door Agency (Nashua, NH)
Girls Incorporated (Nashua, NH)
Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains (Bedford, NH)
Harbor Homes (Nashua, NH)
Institute on Disability at UNH (Concord, NH)
Mayhew Program (Bristol, NH)
Merrimack Valley Day Care Service (Concord, NH)
New Hampshire Association for the Blind (Concord, NH)
New Hampshire Catholic Charities (Manchester, NH)
New Hampshire Humanities Council (Concord, NH)
Penacook Community Center (Penacook, NH)
Riverbend Community Mental Health (Concord, NH)
YMCA of Greater Nashua (Nashua, NH)
The Merrimack County Savings Bank Foundation was funded by Merrimack County Savings Bank in 1997 for grant-based contributions to not-for-profit organizations that enrich and improve the quality of life for residents living in the Bank’s service areas. Five Trustees, selected among the Bank’s Corporators and Board of Trustees administer the Foundation and its activities, distributing a portion of the Foundation's endowment each year. While not focused on a particular category, the Foundation remains mindful of the receiving organization and its contribution to the quality of life in the communities served. Applications are due annually on October 1st.