Savers Bank Joins Fight on Climate Change

December 20, 2010

Savers Bank of Massachusetts is now supporting, donating to help our organization’s programs and projects to fight climate change. Savers Bank is committed to giving back to the communities the bank serves and that involves taking steps to preserving the environment. The bank gives incentives to their customers to switch to e-statements and places a strong focus on Earth Day annually by providing useful tips to their customers to conserve energy, as well as giving out thousands of reusable shopping bags to customers and charitable organizations. They also encourage communities to recycle while protecting their personal information by offering free shredding throughout the year. In 2008, the bank purchased a fuel-efficient Honda Element that they use for volunteer purposes and business runs. In effort to encourage their customers to go green they will be introducing a green auto loan in 2011 which will provide customers with a better interest rate for fuel-efficient vehicles. With offices in Southbridge, Uxbridge, Auburn, Grafton, Charlton and Sturbridge, Savers Bank is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Federal Home Loan Bank, the Co-operative Central Bank, and Massachusetts Bankers Association. Founded in 1910, Savers Bank has assets of over $400 million, offers a full range of consumer and commercial banking services and a strong legacy of community commitment and customer service. For more information, call 1-800-649-3036 or visit