Posted by Christina Jedra March 5, 2013 10:00 AM
Cambridge Savings Bank (CSB) today announced that it received the Somerville Community Corporation’s (SCC) annual Norris Weston Award. SCC recognizes funders who excel in the advancement of the organization’s mission.
“SCC is pleased to recognize Cambridge Savings Bank for its strong and ongoing support of our Asset Building programs,” said Danny LeBlanc, Executive Director. “CSB was an early supporter, and continuously participates in Financial Literacy, First Time Home Buyer Education, and Individual Development Accounts matched savings programs.”
“CSB embraces non-profit partnerships with the goal of helping to educate the community on financial issues,” said Evan Diamond, Vice President and Financial Education Program Manager, who accepted the award on behalf of CSB at the SCC’s Annual Meeting. “We are honored to be recognized as a trusted resource for reliable financial information.”
The award is named in honor of Norris Weston, a long-time member of SCC’s Board of Directors, who distinguished himself as a strong community leader and activist. CSB has offered a variety of educational seminars to Somerville residents through its relationship with SCC, including topics such as ways to prevent identity theft and the steps to take if your identity is stolen and CHAPA-Certified First-Time Homebuyer seminars.
About Cambridge Savings Bank
Cambridge Savings Bank is a full-service financial institution with $2.3 billion in assets that is inspired by the communities it serves. One of the oldest and largest community banks in Massachusetts, CSB offers a full line of individual and business banking services and has 16 banking centers located in Cambridge, Acton, Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Burlington, Concord, Lexington, Newton Centre, Newtonville and Watertown. For more information about Cambridge Savings Bank, go to: www.cambridgesavings.com.