September 2018 – Middlesex Federal provided more than 160 backpacks filled with school supplies to Somerville and Medford middle and high school students. The Boys & Girls Club, RESPOND, Inc., and the Somerville Homeless Coalition distributed the backpacks to students participating in its programs.
The Boys & Girls Club of Medford provides affordable, after-school and summer programs to youth ages six to eighteen. Its mission is to inspire and enable all young people to become productive, responsible, and caring citizens. RESPOND partners with individuals, families, and communities to end the serious public health issue of domestic violence through prevention, intervention, and education services that promote safe, healthy relationships. It is New England’s first domestic violence agency and the second oldest in the nation.
The Somerville Homeless Coalition provides homeless and near homeless individuals and families with individualized supportive services and tailored housing solutions with a goal of obtaining and maintaining affordable housing.
Middlesex Federal Savings is a full-service community bank located in Davis Square, Somerville with branch offices in Teele Square, Somerville and Medford Square, Medford, and a Loan Center located on Highland Avenue in Davis Square. Middlesex Federal offers Residential, C&I and Commercial Real Estate loans, as well as deposit services including free checking, free ATMs, and online and mobile banking. For more than 127 years Middlesex Federal has understood the importance of local decision making. The Bank remains committed to building strong, long-term personal and business relationships with neighbors throughout the Greater Boston community.
Pictured left to right: Middlesex Federal employee volunteers Angela Kucera, Jeff Deloria, Jennifer Langley, Michael McWilliams, Linda Dinkel, Kate Kaminer, and Cindy Martignetti. Employee volunteers missing from photo include Imani Combs, Lindsay Deaver, Esline Estinfil, Kosta Georgopolos, Jan Moreira, Barbara Sartanowicz, Donald Shaw, Michelle Tirone, and Johnathan Tortora.