Franklin Savings Bank is accepting applications for its Fund for Community Advancement. All applications must be postmarked by May 30, 2022 for consideration.
Grant will be used to secure startup funding for partnership with German American Chamber of Commerce for manufacturing apprenticeship program.
Franklin Savings Bank will be collecting non-perishable food items throughout the month of February at each of its eight locations in Boscawen, Bristol, Franklin Gilford, Goffstown, Merrimack and Tilton. Donations to the “Love Your Neighbor” Food Drive will support individuals and families struggling with food insecurity, as well as assist local food pantries with restocking their shelves following the holiday season.
Children and families in the Franklin area and across the state will have a brighter holiday due to the kindness bestowed by Franklin Savings Bank, its employees and customers. The bank made a $1,000 donation to the Franklin Toy Drive spearheaded by Boomer’s Barbeque to collect unwrapped toys for children. In addition, the bank’s employees sponsored 25 children through Franklin Police Department’s annual Toys for Tots campaign, and delivered countless toy donations from customers to a similar campaign organized by the Boscawen Police Department.
Franklin Savings Bank recently purchased $10,000 in Community Development Finance Authority tax credits to assist Family Promise of Southern NH with a short-term housing project to continue their mission of combating homelessness for families.
Franklin Savings Bank in partnership with Lakes Region Community Developers, HOMEteam, and Grappone Automotive Group is pleased to congratulate the first graduate of Take the Wheel NH – a program offered to low- to moderate-income families in need of a reliable, fuel-efficient vehicle.
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