BCSB charitable foundation awards $271K to 40 nonprofits

THE EMPOWERMENT FACTORY in Pawtucket recently received a $5,900 grant from Bristol County Savings Bank through its Bristol County Savings Charitable Foundation. Pictured from left: Dennis Kelly, BCSB board chairman and BCSCF chairman; Patrick J. Murray Jr., BCSB president and CEO and BCSCF president; Gail Ahlers, executive director, The Empowerment Factory; Dennis Leahy, BCSB executive vice president, treasurer and chief financial officer and BCSCF treasurer; and Dan Sullivan of the Pawtucket Advisory Board and BCSCF. / COURTESY BRISTOL COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
TAUNTON – Forty nonprofits in Rhode Island and Bristol County, Mass., received a total of $271,313 in grants from the Bristol County Savings Charitable Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Bristol County Savings Bank, in late July. Ten nonprofits in Rhode Island received a total of $64,918, where awards ranged in size from $3,500 to $12,500, and…

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