Bangor Savings Bank locations will be closed on Monday, January 20, 2020 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Our Bangor Support team will be available from 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM at 1.877.Bangor1.
BANGOR, Maine – The Bangor Savings Bank Foundation recently made $215,450 in grants to 18 nonprofit organizations based in Maine and New Hampshire.
The Foundation awards grants, ranging from $2,000 to $25,000, four times a year to nonprofits with worthy initiatives that make communities in Maine and New Hampshire more prosperous, more livable, and more vibrant.
The recent grant recipients were:
Northern Maine: The Northern Lighthouse, Inc., Presque Isle; Town of Greenville, Greenville; Northern Forest Center, Inc., Millinocket.
Mid Coast Region: The Knox County Homeless Coalition, Rockland.
Bangor Region: Eastern Area Agency on Aging, Bangor; Four Directions Development Corporation, Orono; Health Equity Alliance, Bangor; Maine Audubon Society, Holden.
Downeast Maine: Downeast Institute, Beals; Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor.
Western Maine: The Trust for Public Land, Bethel.
Southern Maine: Camp Ketcha D/B/A Portland Gear Hub, Portland; Casa Inc, Westbrook; Saint Joseph’s College, Standish.
Northern New Hampshire: North Country Community Recreation Center, Colebrook.
Southern New Hampshire: Seacoast Community School, Portsmouth; Soul Models, Dover; Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, Dover.
Bangor Savings Bank, with more than $4 billion in assets, offers retail banking to consumers as well as comprehensive commercial, corporate, payroll administration, merchant services, and small business banking services to businesses. The Bank, founded in 1852, is in its 167th year with 58 branches in Maine and New Hampshire and on the Web at www.bangor.com. The Bangor Savings Bank Foundation was created in 1997. Together the Bank and its Foundation invested more than $2 million into the community in the form of nonprofit sponsorships, grants and partnership initiatives last year. Bangor Savings Bank is an equal opportunity employer.