FRAMINGHAM – Steven M. Sousa, executive vice president and chief operating officer of MutualOne Bank, announced today, March 20, the bank has awarded $4,200 to the Natick Historical Society.
The award was made at the conclusion of the Bank’s most recent Checking for Charity initiative, which promised a $10 donation to be shared equally by the Natick Historical Society and the Framingham History Center for every new personal or business checking account opened during the promotion.
“I would like to extend my warmest thanks to MutualOne Bank for their support of our operations this year,” said Executive Director Aaron M. Dougherty. “This donation helps us to welcome Natick third grade classrooms for their annual field trip to our museum, organize public programming that explores our past and present, and assist guests in researching their community, homes, and family. MutualOne’s Checking for Charity campaign will enable us to continue carrying out our mission in 2017, making sure that Natick residents are reminded of what a special place Natick really is.”
Since its introduction in 2008, the MutualOne Bank Checking for Charity promotion has benefited Framingham High School, Natick High School, the Natick Veterans Relief Fund, Buddy Dog Humane Society, Ovations for a Cure, the American Cancer Society, the Callahan Center in Framingham, the Natick Community-Senior Center, Framingham Public Library and Natick’s Morse Institute Library.
“Checking for Charity is our way of thanking our newest checking account customers for choosing MutualOne Bank,” said Sousa. “It’s also a way to reinforce our commitment to supporting people and programs in the communities we serve.”
Photo courtesy: Shown holding the ceremonial check for MutualOne Bank’s donation to the Natick Historical Society are (from left) Aaron M. Dougherty, executive director of Natick Historical Society and Mobolaji Omisore, MutualOneBank’s Natick branch manager.