Middlesex Federal

Keeping It Local

Giving to local charities and supporting community organizations
through sponsorship and employee volunteering.

 

Medford High School's Annual Credit for Life Financial Literacy Fair

Medford High and Technical School students participated in the Annual Credit for Life Financial Literacy Fair. Middlesex Federal employees provided students with information that would help them make an informed decision before selecting an insurance plan that would fit their budget scenario. 

 

Particpating in Somerville's Employee Perks Fair

Middlesex Federal employees introduced the City of Somerville employees to the benefits of banking local. More than 100 employees stopped by the Bank's table to learn more about free checking, instant issue debit cards, free ATMs, and quick close home loans. 

 

Employees Volunteer at Local Food Bank Program

On the second Tuesday of each month, Middlesex Federal employees volunteer for the Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) Brown Bag Program. SCES depends on volunteers to fill grocery bags with food provided by the Greater Boston Food Bank. The filled grocery bags are distributed to local low-income seniors. The SCES depends on volunteers to make this program possible. Join us as a volunteer; complete a volunteer application online at eldercare.org. 

 

High School Scholarships

Annually, Middlesex Federal awards multiple scholarships to Somerville and Medford High School students. Recipients of these scholarships have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership skills, community spirit, and have been accepted and plan to attend an accredited institution of higher education. At least one of the scholarships at each high school is designated for a student enrolled in the technical education program. Qualified and interested students should contact their guidance department for an application. 

 

Supporting Somerville Homeless Coalition

The Somerville Homeless Coalition provides homeless and near homeless individuals and families with individualized supportive services and tailored housing solutions with a goal of obtaining and maintaining affordable housing. Sponsoring their road race water stations, supporting fundraising efforts, delivering turkeys to Project Soup, and providing school backpacks to children in shelters are among the many ways that Middlesex Federal and our employees support the Somerville Homeless Coalition each year. 

 

Supporting Local Organizations

Middlesex Federal awarded $1,000 to RESPOND, a local provider of support services to victims and survivors of domestic violence. A pioneer in the movement to end domestic violence, RESPOND is New England's first domestic violence agency and the second oldest in the nation. 

 

Backpacks and School Supplies Donated to Local Youth

Each year Middlesex Federal donates backpacks and school supplies to local middle and high school students. The Boys & Girls Club, RESPOND, Inc., and the Somerville Homeless Coalition distribute the backpacks to students participating in its programs.  

 

Middlesex Federal Matches Toys for Tots Donations

Every November, employees, customers, neighbors, and friends bring new, unwrapped toys to Middlesex Federal. For every unwrapped toy donated at its three locations, Middlesex Federal donated another toy, up to at least 125 additional toys. Residents from the Walnut Street Center were among the many that added to our 2018 toy collection. Donated toys were presented at the Somerville Kiwanis annual Christmas Toys for Tots event.  

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