Eagle Bank recently awarded Mystic Valley Elder Services (MVES) $10,000 toward redesigning and redeveloping its company website with a portion of the gift to be used to support MVES’ Money Management Program, a significant resource that offers relief from daily money management tasks that some older adults encounter.
“We are very grateful to Eagle Bank and its generous donation to help us renew and create a state-of-the-art website,” said Daniel O’Leary, Chief Executive Officer of Mystic Valley Elder Services. “The gift will also be a tremendous help in providing support to older adults who have difficulty with budgeting, paying routine bills, and keeping track of financial matters through our Money Management Program.”
“As a community bank, giving back to the communities that we serve is a core component of the Bank’s mission,” said Marc Whittaker, President/Chief Executive Officer of Eagle Bank. “Mystic Valley Elder Services is an organization that provides an incredible service to those in need of support. We look forward to continuing our long-term relationship with Mystic Valley Elder Services and helping them achieve their ultimate goals and objectives.”
The primary goal of the Money Management Program is to promote self-sufficient living for those at risk of losing their independence due to an inability to manage their financial affairs. The Money Management Program is a state-wide program operated locally through Mystic Valley Elder Services and is funded in part by the Executive Office of Elder Affairs and private sponsorships and donations, such as Eagle Bank. The bank has been donating to MVES’ programs for more than 14 years and to the website upkeep for 17 years.