Spencer, MA —SpencerBANK recently donated over 14 acres (five parcels) of land in Sturbridge, MA to Habitat for Humanity-MetroWest/Greater Worcester. SpencerBANK’s donation will aid Habitat in carrying out its mission of building simple, decent, affordable homes for low-income families.
Habitat homes are built solely through donations and volunteerism to eliminate substandard housing and homelessness in their communities. SpencerBANK’s donation of land to Habitat for Humanity will allow the organization and its volunteers the space they need to construct new homes.
“Here at SpencerBANK, we have a passion for helping individuals in the communities we serve. It is a privilege to partner with Habitat for Humanity to help provide families in need with warm, safe and stable homes,” said SpencerBANK President & CEO K. Michael Robbins.
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, on Facebook or call 800-547-2885.
About Habitat for Humanity:
Founded in 1976, Habitat for Humanity operates around the globe and has helped build, renovate and repair more than 600,000 decent, affordable houses sheltering more than 3 million people worldwide. In the Greater Worcester area, Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/Greater Worcester has built 36 homes throughout the 42 towns and cities that they serve.
Left to Right: Terry McGoldrick, Finance Director, Habitat for Humanity; K. Michael Robbins, President & CEO of SpencerBANK; Tim Firment, Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity; and Randal D. Webber, Executive Vice President & Chief Lending Officer of SpencerBANK and board member for Habitat for Humanity.
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