Charles River Bank Adopts 43 Children through Salvation Army
Mar 28, 2016 12:34PM
● Published by Pamela Johnson
Shown (L-R): Majors Jessica & David Irwin of the Milford Salvation Army with Charles River Bank President/CEO Jack Hamilton, surrounded by the gifts donated donated to 43 children adopted by the bank.
Each year Charles River Bank (CRB) adopts children registered with the Salvation Army at 29 Congress Street in Milford. Over the holiday season, the bank adopted 43 children. CRB is committed to making a difference in the lives of its neighbors by providing supplemental gifts to help ease worries of local families experiencing financial hardships. That’s why Charles River Bank was more than happy to help out during the season of giving and provide these children with heartwarming toys, games, bikes, art and other creative activities, as well as clothing and winter coats. Bank employees, officers and customers took part in the Adopt-a-Child Program to help make this Holiday a memorable one for these 43 children, as well as their families.
“Charitable organizations like the Salvation Army are an important resource for those who are experiencing difficult times. Charles River Bank has been a long time participant in and supporter of The Salvation Army’s Adopt a Family Program. This program is a great outlet for the CRB family to share and make an immediate impact on families in our community,” stated Jack Hamilton, President and CEO, Charles River Bank.