Hyde Park, MA – July 18, 2018
Blue Hills Bank and the Blue Hills Bank Foundation have donated more than $500,000 through grants, sponsorships and their employee matching gifts program so far this year. Additionally, 35% of their employees have volunteered a combined 1,500 hours in the community at area nonprofits since January.
Photo: Members of Blue Hills Bank’s Finance Team volunteering at Good Sports, Inc.
“Supporting our communities is an important part of our culture and is evident in the shared enthusiasm our team members have for helping our neighbors,” comments Blue Hills Bank’s president and CEO William M. Parent. “It’s something we’re very proud of.”
Blue Hills Bank and the Blue Hills Bank Foundation primarily support nonprofits that serve individuals in families in Hyde Park, West Roxbury, Dedham, Norwood, Westwood, Milton, Boston’s Seaport District and Nantucket.
This year, dozens of Blue Hills Bank employees participated in Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger, making Blue Hills Bank the largest fundraising team in Boston and in August, Team Blue Hills Bank will ride for the 7th year in the Pan-Mass Challenge, raising more than $1.4 million over seven years for the Dana Faber Cancer Institute.
To learn more about Blue Hills Bank in the community visit www.BlueHillsBank.com/community.
Blue Hills Bank is a full-service community bank headquartered in Hyde Park, MA. With assets of more than $2.7 billion, the bank serves businesses and consumers in Eastern Massachusetts and Nantucket online and through its 18 branches and loan offices. The Bank offers commercial financing, cash management and deposit accounts to businesses with an emphasis on building long term relationships with our clients. Founded in 1871 as Hyde Park Savings Bank, the Bank is celebrating its 148th year in business.