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SpencerBANK supports StandUp For Kids

(l to r):  Jerry Shpak, SpencerBANK vice president and investment executive and active board member of the Worcester chapter of StandUp For Kids; Donna Katsoudas, StandUp For Kids volunteer executive director; and K. Michael Robbins, SpencerBANK, president and CEO. Photo/submitted

(l to r): Jerry Shpak, SpencerBANK vice president and investment executive and active board member of the Worcester chapter of StandUp For Kids; Donna Katsoudas, StandUp For Kids volunteer executive director; and K. Michael Robbins, SpencerBANK, president and CEO.
Photo/submitted

Spencer – SpencerBANK recently donated $1,000 to the Worcester chapter of StandUp For Kids, an organization whose mission is to end youth homelessness.

“StandUp For Kids is dedicated to helping at-risk youth and plays an important role in the Worcester community. We are pleased to assist this organization and increase awareness of their mission,” said K. Michael Robbins, president and CEO of SpencerBANK.

StandUp For Kids, founded in 1990, is a national, nonprofit organization that strives to provide life-saving and outreach services to homeless and at-risk youth. To learn more? visit www.standupforkids.org.

 

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