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Melrose Helps Donation

Melrose Helps

Wakefield Co-operative Bank President, Jeff Worth, and Chief Technology Officer, Lois Hayward, stopped by Melrose City Hall recently with a $250 donation towards Melrose Helps. Melrose Helps, which falls under the Melrose Emergency Fund, is an initiative to connect neighbors in need during COVID-19. To date, Melrose Helps has delivered over 1,200 bags of groceries to local families.

“We at Wakefield Co-operative Bank are honored to make this donation to Melrose Helps,” said Worth. “We applaud their steadfast mission to support the Melrose community throughout the uncertainty of the last few months, and their commitment is still going strong.”

Pictured left to right: Lois Hayward, Vice President, Chief Technology Officer & Retail Administration; Mayor Paul Brodeur; Jeff Worth, President & CEO, Wakefield Co-operative Bank.

Wakefield Co-operative Bank (WCB) is a 130+ year old mutual institution headquartered in Wakefield, Massachusetts operating under a co-operative bank structure. Being a mutual means that it has no stockholders and issues no public offerings. Wakefield Co-operative Bank is located at 342 Main Street in Wakefield, MA, at 596 Main Street in Lynnfield, MA, and will be debuting at 526 Main Street in Melrose this fall. It is the bank’s mission to provide exceptional service and innovative products, with the vision of seeing every one of its customers achieve their personal financial goals and success.