April 5, 2017

Inbox [April 5]: UniBank gives $5K to Auburn service agency, Rotary Club seeks scholarship applicants, #United4Good campaign begins, HomeGoods coming to the Shoppes, WCLOC opens workshop signups

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Courtesy UniBank

From left, William M. Mahoney, President and CEO of UniBank, presents Sally D’Arcangelo, Executive Director of AYFS, and Megan Sutter, Administrative Assistant at AYFS, with a $5,000 donation to help the organization promote healthy development of youth and families in Auburn.

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UniBank donates $5K to Auburn Youth and Family Services

UniBank recently announced that a $5,000 donation has been made to Auburn Youth and Family Services to support AYFS as they work to promote healthy development of youth and families in the Auburn community.

AYFS offers valuable support to youth and families to help them maintain stability in the face of challenges. Last year, the organization provided support to more than 3,000 individuals by offering youth programs, counseling and tutoring services, neighborhood initiatives, and by providing basic necessities such as food and clothing. AYFS also works with social service and municipal agencies to maximize the resources available to those it serves.

“UniBank is proud to help fund the many programs and services provided by Auburn Youth and Family Services throughout the year to children and families in the Auburn community,” UniBank President and CEO William M. Mahoney said.

“We are so grateful for this generous donation from UniBank,” AYFS executive director Sally D’Arcangelo said. “These funds will enable us to provide outreach to more at-risk families and children.”

Rotary Club scholarship applications open

The Rotary Club of Worcester is offering a scholarship of $2,500 to a graduating senior in the Worcester Public Schools.

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