HarborOne Announces Recent Contributions to Local Non-Profits.
June 21st, 2010 · No Comments
Pictured at YMCA donation are, L to R: first row: Travis Miller, second row: Noah Anderson-Parker, Fabian Miller, James Tran, Amagin Bender, third row: Joseph Casey Executive VP of HarborOne, Tyra Fernandes, Brian Nguyen and Friend Weiler, Sr. VP of HarborOne
At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors, HarborOne Credit Union approved the following donations to support causes in local communities.
$8,500 was given in support of the Old Colony YMCA’s 2010 “Strong Kids Campaign”.
A contribution of $2,500 was made to Catholic Charities South to support its “Evening of Irish Revelry” fundraiser and help the non-profit to meet the emerging and changing needs of children and families in Brockton and surrounding communities.
$2,000 was donated to My Brother’s Keeper Building Community 2010 Mission Appeal to enable them deliver furniture, household items and food, free of charge, to those who seek assistance.
The Old Colony Council of the Boy Scouts of America and the Brockton Visiting Nurse Association each received contributions of $1,000. In the case of the scouts it was for a capital campaign for Camp Squanto, and in the case of the VNA it was to advance its Home Health Care initiatives.
In addition, the following donations were made: $2,000 each to Signature Health Care and the Brockton Interfaith Community, $1,000 each to the Cape Verdean Association, the Fuller Craft Museum and the Canton Association of Industries Road Race.
With $1.8 billion in assets, HarborOne is the largest community-based credit union in New England and one of the 100 largest in the United States. It has received its fifth consecutive Outstanding rating for performance under the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) from the Division of Banks, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.