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St. Mary’s Bank recently committed $25,000 to FrontLinesNH.org’s Challenge Match, a collaborative effort by four New Hampshire hospitals to raise funds for COVID-19-related expenses such as personal protective equipment (PPE), offsite surge care areas, and staff support.


St. Mary’s Bank kept its annual tradition of bringing members together every April by holding its 111th shareholders meeting online. During the webcast, President and Chief Executive Officer Ronald Covey shared 2019 financial results, discussed the credit union’s COVID-19 response, and detailed plans for the opening of a new Nashua office in June.


St. Mary’s Bank closed more loans and had a higher volume of loans than any other credit union in New Hampshire across multiple categories last year according to The Registry Review, a leading New Hampshire real estate financial newspaper published by The Warren Group.


The U.S. Small Business Administration is now offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to the entire state of New Hampshire for small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).


With evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns in the news and on your mind, we’d like to inform you of the actions St. Mary’s Bank is taking to help protect members and our employees.

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