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In a workforce flush with Millennials, employers can expect employees ages 20–34 to hold their positions a mere 2.3 years. In light of this, St. Mary’s Bank knows the value of retaining long-term employees and honors those who reach the milestone of 20 years of service.
 
In 2010, St. Mary’s Bank launched its President’s Club to recognize and thank those employees with 20 or more years of dedicated service to the nation’s first credit union. The President’s Club currently boasts 19 employees, and St. Mary’s Bank recently honored them at the Club’s annual dinner at the Puritan Backroom restaurant in Manchester.


St. Mary’s Bank recently received a Cooperative Credit Union Association (CCUA) 2016 Award of Excellence for its commitment to social responsibility. CCUA—which serves credit unions throughout New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Delaware—evaluated St. Mary’s Bank’s ongoing work with Make-A-Wish, the social responsibility cause adopted by New Hampshire’s credit unions, and other non-profits and selected St. Mary’s Bank as the honoree for the State of New Hampshire.


St. Mary’s Bank recently presented a $1,000 donation to the Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire (BCNH) in Manchester and Concord to further BCNH’s mental health services program.

The donation was awarded from the credit union’s 1908 Fund, named for the year St. Mary’s Bank was founded, which awards funds for the purpose of providing programs and support to organizations to move families and individuals toward financial independence.
 


St. Mary’s Bank recently presented a $3,000 grant to the Holy Cross Family Learning Center (HCFLC) in Manchester. The grant will be used to support English as a Second Language classes for the refugees and people of diverse cultures who gather to study English, begin their path to citizenship, and develop workforce skills through hands-on training.

The grant was awarded from the credit union’s 1908 Fund. 1908 funds are awarded for the purpose of providing programs and support to organizations to move families and individuals forward toward financial independence.


St. Mary’s Bank recently awarded the Webster House with a grant to help prepare its youth residents to be successful adults. The $2,500 grant will be applied to the Life Skills Program, bringing college and career nights to the Webster House and teaching residents about basic life skills including banking services, and securing employment.

“We are proud to continue our long history of supporting our friends at the Webster House,” said Bob DesMeules, St. Mary’s Bank Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer. “This grant will directly impact the youth and help to ensure their futures are bright.”

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