Friends Receives $15,000 gift from Middlesex Savings Bank

In a presentation on January 24, the Friends of the Morse Institute Library received a $15,000 gift from Middlesex Savings Bank.  The support from the bank, which is headquartered in Natick, will allow us to support the programs and priorities of the Morse Institute Library as a valuable community resource.

The Friends Steering Committee will determine the specific allocation of this generous gift in consultation with Morse Institute Library leadership.

“Local libraries play a major role in making our communities the special places that they are,” said Mike McAuliffe, president and CEO of Middlesex Savings Bank. “They provide important resources that residents of all ages can utilize and enjoy. We are pleased to be making this gift to help support all that they do.”

The $15,000 gift to the Friends is part of a cumulative gift of $1.4 million that Middlesex Savings Bank distributed to 84 non-profit organizations including libraries, food pantries and senior centers within the Bank’s retail branch territory.

(Left to right) Mike McAuliffe, Middlesex Savings Bank President & CEO; Judie Ham, Friends steering committee; Jason Homer, assistant director, Morse Institute Library; Carol Gloff, Friends president

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