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St. Mary’s Credit Union donates $10K more to the United Way

Holding a $10,000 check to the United Way of Tri-County are, from left, Heather Pedersen, mortgage originator, St. Mary's Credit Union; Tom Seymour, board of directors, St. Mary's Credit Union; Barbara LaGrenade, director of Marlborough Community Cupboard, United Way of Tri-County; Maria Penniman, vice president, retail services, St. Mary's Credit Union; and Billy Castillo, AVP, branch manager, St. Mary's Credit Union.

Marlborough - St. Mary’s Credit Union has made a second $10,000 donation to the United Way of Tri-County’s Food Bank to assist those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. “St. Mary’s Credit Union continues in their commitment to be here for our members and the communities we serve. The need at both of the United Way of Tri-County’s two food banks, the Marlborough Community Cupboard and the Pearl Street Cupboard & Café in Framingham, is so high right now; we put together a program to support our communities,” said Nicole Curtin, senior vice president of marketing for St. Mary’s Credit Union. On April 17, St. Mary’s committed to donate $250 for every mortgage closing through June 30. This second $10,000 donation brings the total to $20,000.

St. Mary’s Credit Union is a $930 million financial institution headquartered in Marlborough. The credit union’s branches are in Marlborough, Hudson, Northborough, Westborough and Framingham. For more information, visit stmaryscu.org.