Easthampton Savings Bank lauded for corporate citizenship
EASTHAMPTON – Matthew S. Sosik, president and CEO of Easthampton Savings Bank (ESB), announced that the bank has been honored by the Boston Business Journal (BBJ) at this year’s BBJ annual Corporate Citizenship Summit. The bank was named one of the top Corporate Charitable Contributors in Massachusetts for 2013.
“For ESB, a small bank from the Pioneer Valley, to win this award from a large pool of companies throughout the State is exceptional. What allows us to continue our history of charitable giving each year is our solid and consistent financial performance.” Sosik said.
Even more impressively, ESB was also recognized as the No. 1 bank in the state in average volunteer hours per employee at the Summit, which took place in Boston on Sept. 10.
“To be the No. 1 bank in all of Massachusetts in this category is phenomenal and is a true indicator of the caring, committed, and community-minded employees that work at ESB,” he added. “We are honored with these recognitions and proud to continue our long-time tradition of supporting local nonprofit organizations and the people they serve.”
“Easthampton Savings Bank is honored to be a partner of the community while supporting community members with financial products and services. It is rewarding to work closely with community organizations and watch how lives can be changed for the better when people come together and common goals unite,” Sosik continued.