Call us crazy, but at North Shore Bank it’s always been our belief that investing in the community meant more than just making loans and collecting deposits. Sure that’s obviously important, after all, we do have to pay the bills, but we also believe that a financial institution can and should provide more to the community. That’s why North Shore Bank has consistently supported non-profit programs that make a real difference in the community . . . that contribute to the overall betterment of the area. It is part of our make-up and what we’ve been doing since the 1800s.
Citizens for Adequate Housing
For the past four years, North Shore Bank has been the signature event sponsor for Citizens for Adequate Housing’s (CAH) largest annual fundraiser, Raising the Roof. This auction and gala event is held each year with the proceeds benefiting the organization’s affordable housing initiatives throughout the course of the year.
North Shore Bank Senior Vice President, Karl Wilson (left), and David LaFlamme President and CEO (center), present Corey Jackson, Executive Director, Citizens for Adequate Housing with this year’s donation.
Progeria Research Foundation
North Shore Bank is a proud sponsor of the Progeria Research Foundation and the organization’s Annual Race for Research. This event raises funds to aid in the discovery of a cure and effective treatment for Progeria — a fatal “rapid aging” disease that afflicting children.
North Shore Bank President and Chief Executive Officer, David J. LaFlamme, presents Audrey Gordon, Esq., President and Executive Director of The Progeria Research Foundation with a check for $2,000.