Press release submitted by Rollstone Bank & Trust
Rollstone Bank & Trust, through its Charitable Foundation, held its eighth Charitable Golf Tournament, raising money to benefit local charities.
This year’s proceeds were earmarked for four organizations that do meaningful work in our region. Each group received $10,000, for a total of $40,000. The groups that benefitted were The Arc of Opportunity; Montachusett Interfaith Hospitality Network; Our Father’s House; and Abby’s House.
From left: Stephanie Page, Executive Director of Abby’s House; Jon Hogue, Executive Director of Montachusett Interfaith Hospitality Network; Ginnie Pittman, Administrative Assistant at Our Father’s House; Martin F. Connors, Jr., President and CEO of Rollstone Bank & Trust. (Courtesy photo)
Martin Connors, President of Rollstone Bank & Trust and its Foundation, said, “Making a positive difference to improve the quality of life in our communities is central to RBT’s mission and vision.”
“The Bank’s Charitable Foundation has provided over $2.1 million to local charities and non-profit organizations since its inception in 2005. We are proud of the success of the golf tournament, and very grateful to our supporters,” continued Connors.
“By supporting Abby’s House, Rollstone Bank is helping women and children to have a safe, welcoming place to stay when they have nowhere else to turn. The impact can be felt for a lifetime,” said Stephanie Page, Executive Director of Abby’s House.
Since 1846, Rollstone Bank & Trust has been serving the people, businesses and organizations of Central Massachusetts and continually earns 5-star rating for safety and soundness. It has 8 offices, located throughout Fitchburg and Leominster, as well as Harvard, Townsend, and Worcester. RBT can be found on the web at RollstoneBank.com.