Reading Cooperative Bank Supports EMARC
Reading Cooperative Bank recently held an Employee Dress Down Day in support of EMARC. The first Friday of every month, RCB holds a Dress Down Day to raise money in support of a local cause. The money raised is matched by the Reading Cooperative Charitable Foundation and donated to a selected organization.
“RCB is thrilled to assist such a wonderful program as EMARC. EMARC routinely demonstrates its commitment to serving the community and doing everything in its power to better the lives of those around them. RCB’s mission to serve our surrounding community goes hand-in-hand with what EMARC does every day, and we are fortunate to be a part of it,” says Sandy Convery, Reading Branch Manager.
EMARC is a non-profit organization that provides numerous programs for citizens with developmental disabilities. Since its founding in 1954, EMARC has devotedly served families in Everett, Lynn, Lynnfield, Malden, Medford, Melrose, North Reading, Reading, Saugus, Stoneham, and Wakefield. Annually, they are able to provide these programs for over 1,000 different families.
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Pictured Above: John Ivas (Reading Assistant Branch Manager, RCB), Paul Cote (CEO and CFO, EMARC), Maureen O'Brien (Director of Community Relations, EMARC), Sandy Convery (Reading Branch Manager, RCB)