March 12, 2017

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UniBank donation

Courtesy UniBank

UniBank President & CEO William Mahoney, left, and Vice President of Government & Community Affairs Matthew Wally, right, present a check for $10,000 to Worcester Community Action Council Director of Energy Resources Mary Herlihy Knittle, second from left, and Executive Director Jill Dagilis.

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UniBank donates $10K to WCAC for home heating program

UniBank recently donated $10,000 to Worcester Community Action Council’s Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), commonly known as the Emergency Fuel Fund. UniBank’s donation helps the WCAC provide relief to vulnerable households that are struggling to meet the cost of keeping their homes warm.

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WCAC’s Fuel Assistance Program helps eligible residents in greater Worcester, including many of the towns where UniBank has a presence. In addition, WCAC provides energy efficiency reviews for eligible households to help reduce costs and improve efficiencies to stretch energy dollars.

“These much-needed services provided by Worcester Community Action Council have a tremendous impact on residents that are in need right here in our local communities,” said UniBank President and CEO William M. Mahoney. “We are proud to play a part in keeping residents in our neighborhoods warm throughout the cold winter months with this donation.”

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