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Middlesex is pleased to bring you Customer Connections, our newsletter designed to help you manage your money and learn about the latest happenings at Middlesex Savings Bank.
Fall 2015 Community Consumer Connection eNewsletter
A New Kind of Branch for a New Town
This September Middlesex will open its latest branch in the town of Sherborn. While the branch is new, the Bank already has many friends in Sherborn. In fact, almost one in four Sherborn residents has a relationship of some sort with the Bank. For Middlesex, the new branch is a way of offering an enhanced banking experience to both new and existing valued customers. read more.
Worth More Wednesdays
Have you ever searched for a great deal at your favorite local store or restaurant? Now it's easy thanks to Worth More Wednesday's from Middlesex Savings Bank, a special series of values available exclusively to fans of the Bank's Facebook page. read more.
Volunteering to Enrich our Local Communities
Middlesex has a commitment to enrich the community life of the towns we serve. One way we do this is by sponsoring vital local organizations. Yet our support doesn't stop at a donation. From our employees serving on boards, to volunteering at community events, when Middlesex people see a need, they look for a way to help make things happen. read more.
Investing in the Environment is Just One More Way of Supporting the Community
As a mutual bank, Middlesex Saving Bank is committed to supporting its communities in many ways. In today's world, that means more than just giving of time and resources; it means protecting the natural world in which we live. read more.
Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation celebrates 15 years of philanthropy
Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation announced its first cycle of 2015 grant awards. The Charitable Foundation granted a total of $345,272 to 24 non-profit organizations based in Eastern and Central Massachusetts during the Bank's first of two annual grant cycles. read more.