Rollstone Bank & Trust Pledges $25,000


rollstonePictured left to right: James P. Adams,Vice President of RBT and member of the BGCFL Board of Directors and chairman of its fundraising committee; M. Marcus Moran, Jr., chairman of the board of BGCFL; Donata Martin, Executive Director of BGCFL; and Martin F. Connors, Jr., President & CEO of Rollstone Bank & Trust.Rollstone Bank & Trust, through its Charitable Foundation, recently donated $5,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster (BGCFL), as part of a $25,000 commitment to the organization. The funds will support the immediate and long-term needs of the BGCFL, which helps provide the children of our communities with a safe, fun place to learn and grow.

Martin F. Connors, Jr., President & CEO of Rollstone Bank & Trust, said, “We’re very happy to make this contribution to our local Boys & Girls Club. They provide such a valuable service for the kids in our area, and community is what this Bank stands for.”

Established in 2001, the Boys & Girls Club is an independent, nonprofit, community-based institution serving more than 500 children from Fitchburg and Leominster. It offers a variety of educational, cultural, and recreational programs designed to help young people realize their full potential as productive and caring citizens.

Since 1846, Rollstone Bank & Trust has been serving the people, businesses and organizations of Central Massachusetts and continually earns 5-star rating for safety and soundness. It has 7 branch offices, located throughout Fitchburg and Leominster, as well as Harvard and Townsend, as well as a professional services office in Worcester.