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Rollstone Bank & Trust pitches in to repair homes for low-income owners

Press release submitted by Rollstone Bank & Trust

Employees from Rollstone Bank & Trust (RBT) rolled up their sleeves to help Habitat for Humanity North Central Massachusetts (Habitat NCM) with one of its Critical Home Repair Projects in Littleton, MA, this past weekend, by replacing wallboard and insulation in a homeowner’s basement.

The four-hour project involved repairs necessary due to water damage. RBT’s Community Crew repaired insulation, replaced drywall, and painted the ceiling to prevent future mold. This project is an extension of Rollstone’s donation of $10,000 to Habitat NCM earlier this year to support the Critical Repair Program to help families living in affordable homes in the Leominster/Fitchburg area.

“We have advocated for the Critical Repair program so that people can stay in their homes rather than having to relocate,” said Martin F. Connors, Jr., President & CEO of Rollstone Bank & Trust. “The support for the program has increased greatly and is expected to grow by another 50% in the coming year. Rollstone is proud to support something that makes our communities a home for so many people.”

The Critical Home Repair Program helps low-income homeowners who struggle to maintain the integrity of their homes and addresses the health and safety of the residences in a neighborhood, strengthening the community and preserving the affordable housing stock. It includes projects such as changing or repairing siding and roofs, modifications for accessibility including ramps, floor repair, window replacement, insulation and updates to meet city codes.

“Helping low income homeowners maintain the safety and accessibility of their homes through critical home repairs is a fundamental part of our mission,” said Carolyn Read, Executive Director for Habitat NCM. “We are proud knowing that we are making a difference in the lives of local, low-income homeowners who know they have a place to turn for help with these critical home repairs.”

Habitat programs have a deep and lasting impact on the families they serve, which provides an immediate and life changing benefit. Applicants must demonstrate their ability to pay Habitat North Central Massachusetts zero-percent interest loan for the home and invest sweat equity of eight hours per $1,000 of loan amount on the repairs of the home. 

From left: Melissa Kuehl, Marketing Officer; Lori Kelly, 1st VP/Branch Administrator; Chris Connors, Relationship Banking Officer; Martin F. Connors, Jr., President & CEO; Carolyn Read, Habitat Executive Director; Nick Penella, Habitat Site Supervisor. (Courtesy photo)

About Rollstone Bank & Trust

At Rollstone Bank & Trust, we deliver personalized service that goes above & beyond. Our dedication to providing our customers with superior bank and wealth management solutions, along with the support they need to prosper at work and at home, has enabled us to build one of the most trusted banks in the region. With branches located throughout central Massachusetts, customers have peace of mind knowing we are FDIC & DIF insured, and never far from home. Rollstone Bank & Trust - it's where you matter most.

About Habitat for Humanity North Central Massachusetts

Habitat for Humanity North Central Massachusetts (Habitat NCM) is an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a 501©3 nonprofit housing organization that works to strengthen families and communities through affordable homeownership opportunities. Habitat NCM works in partnership with foundations, corporations, community groups, faith-based organizations, individual volunteers and partner families to secure communities with people in need by building and renovating simple, decent, energy efficient, affordable home throughout our service area. We believe homeownership is a vital step to help families break the cycle of poverty and restore home in communities.

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