November Mutual Matters E-Newsletter
Check out our November Mutual Matters enewsletter and read about the Chelsea Groton Foundation's fall giving, learn about becoming a caregiver, shop local with our contactless card, and get to know Aline!
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The Chelsea Groton Foundation Awards $173K in Grants to Area Non-Profits
The Foundation has distributed over $500,000 to the community this year, including $173,975 to 37 non-profit organizations from Connecticut and Rhode Island this fall, $294,000 in grants during the spring giving cycle, $8,500 in scholarships, $22,100 through the Acts of Kindness program, and over $13,000 in employee matches for the United Way. Read more.
Preparing to Become a Caregiver
There comes a time in all our lives when we may need to take care of those who took care of us. This National Family Caregivers Month, we’re sharing tips on how to financially prepare to become a caregiver for your loved one and signs to look out for when visiting with family this holiday season. Learn more.
Support Local This Holiday Season with Our Contactless Card!
Did you know that using a debit card costs less money for business owners? As you get started on your holiday shopping, don’t just support local by shopping at your favorite small business, use our Contactless Card to save that business money on higher fees they’d have to pay if you shopped with a credit card instead. Plus it’s touch-free, quick and more secure than ever! Check it out!
Celebrating Aline Soulor's 40 Years at CGB!
After over 40 years of working at Chelsea Groton Bank, Salem Branch Manager Aline Soulor is retiring in December. Before she heads to Florida for the winter, Aline is sharing what she loves most about working at the Bank and why she’s stayed for her whole career. Meet Aline!