Charitable Foundation awards $10,000 to Framingham’s Callahan Center

The MutualOne Charitable Foundation recently awarded a grant in the amount of $10,000 to Framingham’s Callahan Center.

“The Callahan Center is a wonderful source of engagement, education, and enjoyment for local seniors,” said Foundation Chairman Robert P. Lamprey. “This gift to the Center will support new initiatives that will further broaden the Center’s reach in the community.”

L to R: Clyde Dottin, Vice Chair of the Framingham Council on Aging; Grace O’Donnell, Director of the Framingham Callahan Center; Clint Knight, Chairman of the Framingham Council on Aging; Rachel Stewart, Administrative Director of the MutualOne Bank Charitable Foundation; Leo Cantin, President of the Friends of Callahan; Mark Haranas, President & CEO of MutualOne Bank and Trustee of the MutualOne Charitable Foundation; and Robert Merusi,  Director of Framingham Parks & Recreation.

L to R: Clyde Dottin, Vice Chair of the Framingham Council on Aging; Grace O’Donnell, Director of the Framingham Callahan Center; Clint Knight, Chairman of the Framingham Council on Aging; Rachel Stewart, Administrative Director of the MutualOne Bank Charitable Foundation; Leo Cantin, President of the Friends of Callahan; Mark Haranas, President & CEO of MutualOne Bank and Trustee of the MutualOne Charitable Foundation; and Robert Merusi, Director of Framingham Parks & Recreation.