We were proud to sponsor, and support, the Voices Against Violence walk on October 3rd. The annual 5K walk supports Voices sends a message to victims and survivors that their community cares about them.
It was a great day of friendship and competition at this year’s 20th George Wheeler Cup. The annual event brings together soccer players and families from Natick and Framingham while raising money for four awards given to Framingham and Natick High graduating senior soccer players.
Mark R. Haranas, president and CEO of MutualOne Bank and a MutualOne Charitable Foundation trustee, announced today that the Foundation has awarded $5,000 to help advance the “iPads on a Cart” program introduced last year at Marian High School in Framingham.
The Foundation’s gift will help purchase up to 10 additional classroom Apple iPads to be used by faculty and students for specifically designed lessons and projects as the program enters phase two this year.
“We’re happy to support Marian High School’s efforts to enhance its technology capabilities,” said Haranas. “There’s no question that it is a definite plus for today’s students.”
It was a beautiful day as neighbors, friends, and family gathered for Natick Days, a “festival of entertainment that celebrates our community.” During the event, visitors to our booth picked up gifts and goodies, as well as met Mo, the MutualOne Bank mascot!
The grant will support the organization’s outreach work and prevention initiatives designed to help low-income elders in our area who are experiencing difficulties and dire threats to their ability to maintain themselves long-term in their homes and communities.
“Helping elders successfully age-in-place and maintain their independence and self-reliance is an important part of building community,” said Lamprey. “The MutualOne Charitable Foundation is pleased to support HOME’s efforts.”
Steven M. Sousa, executive vice president and COO of MutualOne Bank and a MutualOne Charitable Foundation trustee, announced today that the Foundation has awarded $1,000 to American Veterans (AMVETS) Post 79 in Natick for its new 9-11 Memorial. The funds will provide for the addition of seven lights in memory of the seven T.J. Maxx employees who died on 9-11 and a bell to honor the 343 firefighters lost in the tragedy.
“We were proud to support the Post’s 9-11 Memorial plans,” said Sousa. “September 11th is a date that will always resonate in our minds and in our hearts, no matter how much time passes.”
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