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Unibank donates $5,000 to Veterans, Inc.

UniBank’s William M. Mahoney, senior vice president and CFO and former 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army (left) presents a $5,000 donation to Vincent J. Perrone, Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Air Force (retired) and president and CEO of Veterans Inc. (Photo/submitted)

Whitinsville – Unibank, a full-service, mutually owned community bank, has made a $5,000 donation to Veterans, Inc.

Headquartered in Worcester, Veterans Inc. is the largest provider of housing and support services to veterans and their families in New England, according to its website. It also has a facility in Shrewsbury.

“Veterans Inc. assists veterans in transitioning out of homelessness, in getting job training, and stabilizing their lives and the lives of their families by providing them with the necessary resources to change their lives,” the website states.

 James F. Paulhus, president and CEO of UniBank, commented on the donation.

  “We are committed to serving the needs of our community,” he said. “As Americans we have an obligation to support the men and women who put their lives on the line for our freedom. Veterans Inc. provides valuable support to those individuals and we are proud to support their efforts with this donation.”

The donation was made as part of UniBank’s recent Grand Opening celebration of its new Worcester branch on Gold Star Boulevard.

 

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