Pictured L to R: Abby’s House Board President Alaina Olson, Cornerstone Bank’s Chairman and CEO K. Michael Robbins and Vice President of Marketing Lori Kowal
Worcester, MA—Cornerstone Bank is proud to announce its recent donation of $7,500 to Abby’s House in support of the organization’s renovation project of its main building.
Abby’s House, which is the largest provider of affordable and supportive housing in the Greater Worcester area, serves women and children who are homeless and in need of shelter. Abby’s House not only offers short-term emergency shelter, it also offers longer-term housing.
The offices of Abby’s House reside in a 100-year-old, four-story building. The donation will go toward necessary renovations and system updates for the building, to ensure it’s up to date with building codes. Services provided by the staff at Abby’s House include advocacy, food and clothing assistance, support programs for domestic violence and other issues and assistance in finding long-term housing.
“Abby’s House is such an important resource for women and children who are homeless and need a way to regain their independence,” stated Chairman and CEO K. Michael Robbins of Cornerstone Bank. “The services provided by the caring staff are paramount to improving the lives of our community members.”
For more information on Abby’s House including how you can donate, visit abbyshouse.org or call: 508-756-5486.
About Cornerstone Bank:
Cornerstone Bank is an independent, mutual savings bank serving the residents, businesses, and communities throughout Central Massachusetts from offices in Charlton, Holden, Leicester, N. Oxford, Rutland, Southbridge, Spencer, Sturbridge, Warren, Webster and Worcester. Deposits are insured in full by a combination of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Depositors Insurance Fund. The Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Equal Housing Lender, and SBA Preferred Lender. For more information, visit online at cornerstonebank.com, on Facebook or call 800-939-9103.
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