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Monson Savings Bank Asks Community Members  to Vote for their Favorite Charitable Organization

Monson Savings Bank Asks Community Members to Vote for their Favorite Charitable Organization

Monson Savings Bank’s annual Community Giving Initiative returns this November. The community bank is giving the public the chance to choose which charitable organizations will receive contributions in early 2022.

With the season of giving right around the corner, Monson Savings Bank is reaching out to the public and requesting they submit their votes for the Bank’s 2022 Community Giving Initiative.

For over a decade, Monson Savings Bank has been seeking the help of the community to plan the Bank’s community giving activities by inviting members of the community to vote for the organizations they would like the Bank to support during the upcoming year. Everyone is welcome to participate and can cast their vote online at the Monson Savings Bank website. 

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Voters may provide the names of up to three organizations they would like the Bank to donate to in 2022.  The only requirements are that the organizations be designated a non-profit and that the organizations provide services within the Bank’s geography. To be fair, the Bank is requesting that each person only vote one time for their three organizations. Voting ends at 3:00PM on December 31, 2021.

Monson Savings Bank pledges to support the top ten organizations that receive the most votes. The ten organizations will be announced by mid-January and donations will be distributed.

Visitors to the voting page can also view a compiled list of organizations that the Bank has supported in years past, as well as previously nominated organizations.

“We are excited to open up voting for our 2022 Community Giving Initiative. Every year, we get such an overwhelmingly positive response from the local community members,” said Dan Moriarty, President and CEO of Monson Savings Bank. “Monson Savings Bank donates thousands of dollars to support the members of our communities. By holding a vote and gathering input from locals, we can ensure that the communities’ most beloved charitable organizations will be supported. It is a fantastic tradition that we are proud to continue year after year.”

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