Published DateMEREDITH — Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB) is pleased to announce a $4,140 donation to Genesis
Behavioral Health of Laconia and Plymouth.
As part of MVSB's commitment to assisting non-
profit agencies in the communities that it serves, the Bank agreed to match all 2013 employee contributions to the Lakes Region United Way dollar-for-dollar.
The $41,400 in matched funds were distributed evenly to 10 deserving non-profit agencies selected by MVSB employee vote.
"We are always grateful for donations, but this surprise could not have arrived at a better time," said Maggie Pritchard, Executive Director of Genesis Behavioral Health. "We are in the process of creating a strategic plan for technology at our organization and these funds will aid in the development of this plan. Enhanced technology will allow us to increase efficiency while continuing to provide the highest level of service to our patients and the community."
The mission of Genesis Behavioral Health is to provide essential services that enhance the emotional and mental health of our communities. They do this by offering comprehensive mental health services to children, adults, elders, and their families throughout the Lakes Region. They work in collaboration with medical and health care professionals, law enforcement personnel and court officials, school administrators and teachers, social workers and public health officials, and businesses throughout Belknap and Southern Grafton Counties. For more information, visit www.genesisbh.org or call (603)524-1100.
Meredith Village Savings Bank, founded in 1869, is an independent mutual savings bank with 11 offices serving individuals, families, businesses and municipalities in the Lakes Region and the Plymouth area.
Meredith Village Savings Bank employees, Robyn Mastellar (front center), Amy Dix (left rear) and Denise Hubbard (right rear) present a $4,140 check to Genesis Behavioral Health Executive Director Maggie Pritchard (front right) and Kristen Welch, Genesis Director of Development (front left). (Courtesy photo)