All of us at Cape Ann Savings Bank hold true to our commitment to the Cape Ann community. Since 1846, the Bank has been a proud supporter of community events, organizations, charities, and sports. But it doesn’t stop there. Our employees also hold the same community values dear to their hearts and actively give back to the community through their volunteerism.
Built on community, stability, connection, and trust, Cape Ann Savings Bank is proud to call Cape Ann home.
We are very proud to do our part to support our community during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and have pledged $25,000.00 to the Cape Ann Emergency Relief Fund. The goal of this fund is support Cape Ann residents affected by COVID-19 closures and layoffs. We are also proud to support the Open Door Food Pantry Community Meals program with a special donation of $10,000.00, and applaud the amazing work that they do to feed members of our community. Click below to visit the Action, Inc. and the Open Door Food Pantry websites for more information.
At Cape Ann Savings Bank, we love our community! You may find us preparing and serving a meal at the Open Door, reading to elementary school children, coaching a team, or working on a committee. Our employees and trustees are proud of their commitment and in turn, we are very proud of them.
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How do you build a strong community, one that strives to give back to the people who live there and grow for generations to come? You support it.
We’re not just banking professionals; we are neighbors to people throughout the communities we serve. It is through sponsorships and charitable giving that we can do our part to strengthen our communities, businesses, and the families who live here.
Cape Ann Savings Bank is proud to be a financial supporter of our community and in 2019 gave to over 150 Cape Ann area organizations and charities.
Pictured below, is the check presentation by Cape Ann Savings Bank for the Addison Gilbert Hospital Senior Adult Unit.
L-R: Rebecca Imperiali, VP, Philanthropy, Beverly & AGH Hospitals'; Marianne Smith, Senior VP / Treasurer, Cape Ann Savings Bank; Robert J. Gillis, Jr., President, Cape Ann Savings Bank; Cynthia Cafasso Donaldson, VP, AGH & Lahey Outpatient Center, Danvers; Nancy Palmer, Board Chair, Northeast Health Corporation; and Steven Gillespie, MD, Senior Adult Unit.