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SpencerBANK donates to Worcester Community Action Council and Abby's House

Spencer – SpencerBANK recently donated $2,000 to Worcester Community Action Council (WCAC), an antipoverty agency in Central Massachusetts. This donation will benefit WCAC's Job and Education Center, in addition to the organization's many other programs and services.

“The Worcester Community Action Council is a vital organization that helps people gain economic self-sufficiency,” said K. Michael Robbins, president and CEO of SpencerBANK. “We'se proud to support their mission and the many programs they provide to the community and its residents.”

The bank also donated $1,750 to Abby's House, a local organization that provides emergency shelter, affordable housing, and advocacy services to homeless women and children. This donation will benefit the organization's Buy-A-Campaign, providing these women and children a warm and safe place to sleep.

“This donation will enable Abby's House to continue providing affordable housing, as well as a place to stay for women and children within Worcester County,” Robbins said.

To learn more about WCAC, visit www.wcac.net. For more information about Abby's House, visit www.abbyshouse.org.

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