MONSON, Mass. (WWLP) – Monson Savings Bank has donated $2,250 to Springfield Shriners Hospital for Children as part of the 2022 Monson Savings Bank Community Giving Initiative.
According to a press release sent to 22News by Monson Savings Bank, Monson Savings Bank President and CEO Dan Moriarty presented a $2,250 donation to Stacey Perlmutter, director of development at Springfield Shiners Hospital for Children.
“Monson Savings Bank is extremely proud to donate to Springfield Shriners Hospital for Children. We know our gift will support patient care, medical research and education that directly benefits children living in local communities,” said Dan Moriarty, President and CEO. “Having a hospital nearby that parents and guardians can turn to when their child needs specialist care is essential.”
Moriarty continued, “Shriners help alleviate much of the stress that comes with caring for their child by making treatment available in one place and care provided to them regardless of their ability to pay. We are blessed to have this hospital in our community and Monson Savings Bank is very happy to support the excellent care provided every day.
We are so grateful to Monson Savings for their continued support of Springfield Shriners Hospital for Children,” said Stacey Perlmutter, Director of Development. “The loyal generosity of Monson Savings Bank over the years has helped ensure that our patients receive the highest quality care, which ultimately transforms their quality of life. The Springfield community is so fortunate to have a local bank committed to supporting our communities and our hospital.
Springfield Shriners Hospital is a local hospital that provides specialty orthopedic, neuromuscular, cleft lip and palate, and urological care exclusively for children.