Dedham Savings Community Foundation Supports Hanlon School Diversity Program
The Dedham Savings Community Foundation has donated $4,200 to Hanlon Elementary School in Westwood. The grant funds will be used to purchase educational resources and make available communication tools and planned events to support the school’s diversity, equity and inclusion goals.
ABOUT HANLON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
The Paul R. Hanlon Elementary School strives to foster a positive teaching and learning environment where similarities and differences of individual students are celebrated. The staff is committed to seeking continuous improvement, supporting high expectations, and providing challenging learning experiences that facilitate each child’s cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth.
ABOUT DEDHAM SAVINGS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
The Dedham Savings Community Foundation was formed by Dedham Savings for the purpose of funding requests from community organizations which provide services to the communities that they serve. These communities generally, but not exclusively, include Dedham, Needham, Norwood, Sharon, South Boston, Walpole, and Westwood. Typical requests are usually received from such organizations as schools, libraries, family service organizations and non-profit organizations. The Trustees of the Foundation will accept grant requests from community organizations and make awards twice a year.
Organizations wishing to request funding from the Foundation may apply online at www.dedhamsavings.com/community.
ABOUT DEDHAM SAVINGS
Incorporated in 1831, Dedham Savings is one of the oldest banks in Massachusetts still doing business under its original charter. The bank delivers technology-driven solutions in a client-centric way to promote the financial success of the individuals, families, businesses, and non-profit organizations in the communities it serves. Dedham Savings manages $2 billion in assets through full-service locations in Dedham, East Dedham, Needham, Norwood, Sharon, South Boston, Walpole, and Westwood, Massachusetts.