Bristol County Cost savings Bank contributes $95,500 to 11 R.I. nonprofits


BRISTOL COUNTY COST SAVINGS BANK just recently contributed $95,500 to 11 Rhode Island nonprofits, consisting of $20,000 to Blackstone Valley Preparation Mayoral Academy. Envisioned from left: Don Backlund, bank board chairman; Patrick Murray, bank CEO and president; Bridget Gadoury, academy senior interactions associate; Jeremy Chiappetta, academy CEO and superintendent; John Silva, academy board member and bank executive vice president and primary providing officer; Emily Rizzo, interactions director for the Pawtucket mayor’s workplace; Dennis Leahy, bank executive vice president, treasurer and primary monetary officer; and Rick Norberg, Northern Rhode Island board of advisers member for BCSCF./ COURTESY BRISTOL COUNTY COST SAVINGS BANK

TAUNTON– Bristol County Cost Savings Bank through its charitable structure just recently contributed $95,500 to 11 Rhode Island nonprofits, according to a press release.

The financing belonged to a bigger $345,900 in grants to 38 companies covering northern Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts.

Rhode Island grant receivers and quantities are as follows:

  • $ 20,000 to Blackstone Valley Preparation Mayoral Academy.
  • $ 15,000 to the Boys & & Girls Club of Pawtucket.
  • $ 15,000 to Pawtucket Central Falls Advancement Corp.
  • $ 10,000 to the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & & Music School.
  • $ 10,000 to The VNA of Care New England.
  • $ 7,500 to Rhode Island Neighborhood Food Bank.
  • $ 5,000 to Camp Ruggles.
  • $ 5,000 to OpenDoors.
  • $ 4,000 to Comprehensive Neighborhood Action Inc.
  • $ 3,000 to Junior Accomplishment of Rhode Island.
  • $ 1,000 to Cumberland School Volunteers Inc.

Nancy Lavin is a PBN personnel author. You might reach her at Lavin@PBN.com

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