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St. Anne’s Credit Union Partners with other Financial Institutions to Donate Thousands of Medical Masks to Local Hospitals

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Anne’s continues to demonstrate their commitment to the community by offering assistance – and thanks – to those that need it the most: the first responders. St. Anne’s, in partnership with Taunton Federal Credit Union, BankFive, New Bedford Credit Union and other local financial institutions are supporting local hospitals – including Saint Anne’s Hospital and Charlton Memorial Hospital – by donating thousands of much-needed masks in order to provide safety and support to physicians and nurses on the front lines of care.

“Giving back to the communities that we are a part of is at the core of our business. Our Credit Union is not a building or a business, it’s people unified for a common goal,” said Eileen M. Danahey, President & CEO of St. Anne’s Credit Union. “Our organization has a deep bond with the communities we serve and we feel a profound sense of gratitude for the healthcare workers. Over the past few months we have seen countless acts of bravery and sacrifice from these essential workers and feel it is our duty as good corporate citizens to give them our full support. Through our cooperative donation, it is our hope that we can help limit the spread of this virus and ease the burden on local medical personnel.”  

For more information about how St. Anne’s is supporting their members, employees and the local community – and their remote banking service offerings to bank from home – visit www.stannes.com.

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