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United Way Receives $49,000 Donation from Cornerstone Bank & Employees

[caption id="attachment_7839" align="aligncenter" width="658"] Featured here with Cornerstone Bank employees are representatives from the United Way of Southbridge, Sturbridge, and Charlton (UW SSC). From left: UW SSC Executive Director Mary O’Coin and UW SSC 2019 Campaign Chair Dawna Dagenais, Cornerstone Bank President & Treasurer and Chairman of the Bank’s Charitable Donations Committee Todd M. Tallman; UW SSC Board President April Parzych; and Cornerstone Bank VP/Controller and UW SSC Treasurer Scott M. Dungey[/caption] Cornerstone Bank is pleased to announce its recent donation of $49,312 to three local United Way organizations. This donation reflects an employee gift of $24,656, with a matching contribution from the Bank. The United Way is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the educational, economic and healthcare needs of people worldwide. The $49,312 donation raised through the Bank campaign will support three different United Way organizations: United Way of Southbridge, Sturbridge, and Charlton; United Way of Webster and Dudley; and United Way of Central Massachusetts. “I am extremely proud to be associated with both organizations,” stated Cornerstone Bank VP/Controller and UW SSC Treasurer Scott M. Dungey. “Cornerstone Bank has such caring and generous employees and the corporate match demonstrates the Bank’s commitment to giving back to the community. With being on the United Way Board of Directors, I know these funds are being stretched as far as they can to touch as many people in our community as possible.” “United Way has been helping people in need for such a long time, its reputation and charitable services are impeccable,” commented Cornerstone Bank President and Treasurer Todd M. Tallman. “Cornerstone Bank is pleased to play a role in supporting its efforts, and I am so proud of all the people here who were instrumental in making this happen.” For more information on the local United Way organizations, please visit,, and