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Easthampton, Massachusetts – Matthew S. Sosik, President and CEO of bankESB, announced that the Boston Business Journal (BBJ) named bankESB to its 2018 Top Corporate Charitable Contributors List.  

The BBJ named 105 companies, which in many instances includes corporations and their charitable foundations, who qualified for the distinction by contributing at least $100,000 to Massachusetts-based charities and social-service nonprofits for 2018. The honorees include companies from industries such as financial services, health care, technology, professional sports and more.

“Our dedication to the community is the cornerstone on which bankESB was founded. We have carried that long-standing tradition of community support with us as we venture into each new neighborhood,” said Sosik. “We are proud to be named a Top Corporate Charitable Contributor from the BBJ.”

Through its sponsorship and charitable giving program, bankESB and the Easthampton Savings Bank Charitable Foundation support non-profit organizations and causes throughout Hampden and Hampshire Counties. In 2018, the Bank and Foundation donated more than $300,000 to 150 organizations. In the last five years, the program has donated more than $1.1 million.

Top corporate contributors, including bankESB, were honored at the 14th Annual Corporate Citizenship Awards in Boston, MA.

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Founded in 1869 as Easthampton Savings Bank, bankESB is headquartered in Easthampton, Massachusetts and operates 11 branches throughout western Massachusetts. For more information, visit bankesb.com.

bankESB is a member of the Hometown Financial Group, a $3.0 billion mutual multi-bank holding company headquartered in Easthampton, Massachusetts and the parent company of bankESB, bankHometown and Abington Bank. For more information, visit bankhfg.com.

For more information, please contact:

Hometown Financial Group
Dena M. Hall
Chief Marketing Officer
(413) 779-2215


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