Bank of Canton donates to Canton Little LeagueBy Canton Citizen
The Bank of Canton has donated $300 to the Canton Little League through its “Change that Makes Sense” program during the month of March.
The bank recently installed a new coin-counting machine at its downtown Canton branch, located at 557 Washington Street. The coin-counting service is free for Bank of Canton customers, and non-customers are subject to a 6 percent fee. Periodically, the bank chooses a local organization to receive the proceeds from the fee that is collected, and Canton Little League was selected for the month of March.
“Bank of Canton is always looking for ways to support the communities that we serve, and the Change that Makes Sense program is just one more way of accomplishing that,” said Stephen Costello, president and CEO of Bank of Canton. “We’re pleased to support Canton Little League and other local organizations that impact the lives of our local residents, and hope many more people will utilize the coin counter and help us give back to the community.”
Founded in 1835, Bank of Canton supports a wide range of nonprofit organizations throughout the Canton area.
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