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Holiday Branch and Customer Information Center Hours


In celebration of the holiday, our branches and Customer Information Center will close at 3 P.M. on Wednesday, November 22.  We will also be closed for the Thanksgiving Day holiday on November 23.  The bank will be open normal business hours on Friday, November 24.  Click here for additional information.

From all of us at Middlesex Savings Bank, we wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving.

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Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation is proud to work with the following organizations.




AGM’s mission is to support the practice and expansion of effective philanthropic giving. AGM is a community of foundation staff and trustees, corporate grant makers, donors and philanthropic advisory services that builds a connection with nonprofit leaders. 

AGM offers a variety of services to support nonprofits including networking opportunities, seminars and informational sessions, and a variety of references materials. To learn more about how AGM can assist your nonprofit, visit




For 18 years, MWNN has strengthened nonprofit organizations by improving interagency communication, sharing ideas and information, and providing expertise on topics of mutual interest. MWNN works to keep nonprofits connected to the resources needed to make small and medium-sized nonprofit organizations more effective, more efficient, and better able to meet their missions. For more information about MWNN and how it can assist you, visit




​SOAR 55

Award Winning SOAR 55 Consulting Group Program Accepting Applications from Nonprofits

The SOAR 55 (Service Opportunities after Reaching 55) Non-Profit Management Consultant Group is currently accepting applications for pro-bono management assistance from local nonprofits. This is an opportunity for nonprofits to benefit from the skills and experience of trained former (and current) executives and professionals who are available as volunteers to help with organizational, management, programmatic and capacity issues.

The volunteers, who come from a variety of professional and executive backgrounds such as law, finance, business, and administration, are required to complete an extensive training prior to assuming their assignments in non-profits. The 58-hour training, unique to the SOAR 55 pro-bono consulting program, includes comprehensive workshops in Understanding Nonprofit Operations and Culture, Consulting Skills and Deliverables, Strategic Planning, Business/Program Planning, Marketing and Outreach Planning, Needs Assessments, Power Point Presentations and Team Building. Volunteer consultants are also able to participate in supplemental workshops offered by SOAR 55. Upon successful completion of the training, teams of volunteers are placed with non-profits for 6-9 months to work on specific projects.

We are currently accepting applications for projects. Interested nonprofits must complete a request for servicesapplication which will be reviewed by SOAR 55 staff. If accepted, a volunteer consulting team will be assigned and work under the direction of a professional consultant for the duration of the project. 

In addition to the services offered through our Nonprofit Management Consulting Group program, SOAR 55 can help you imagine volunteer roles that could make a difference in the scope, quality and delivery of your services. We can help you recruit and manage motivated and qualified volunteers who are interested in using their experience and talents in interesting and challenging ways, either through direct service work or through leadership assignments. 

For more information on utilizing the services of SOAR 55 or volunteering, please contact Jan Latorre-Stiller, SOAR 55 Senior Director, at 617-969-5906 x120 or email at jlatorre-stiller@ncscweb.orgor