Spencer, MA—SpencerBANK employees recently participated in National Wear Red Day by raising money to benefit the American Heart Association.
On Friday, February 6, employees were offered the opportunity to wear jeans and the color red in return for a $5 donation to the American Heart Association. This year, SpencerBANK employees generously donated $602, an increase of $69 compared to last year.
“We are pleased to support the Go Red for Women movement,” said K. Michael Robbins, president and CEO of SpencerBANK. “Our employees are passionate about helping raise awareness of heart disease.” Since the first National Wear Red Day in 2003, the American Heart Association has made tremendous strides in reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke in women. Funds raised by “going red” support educational programs to increase women’s awareness of their risk of this disease and supports critical research and studies on cardiovascular health.
Founded in 1871, SpencerBANK is an independent, mutual savings bank serving the residents, businesses, and communities of Central Massachusetts from offices in Spencer, Leicester, Rutland, Warren, 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 spencerbankonline.com, on Facebook or call 800-547-2885.
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