Sierra House receives $1,000 donation from Northfield Savings Bank

first_imgSierra House/Washington County Mental Health has received a $1,000 donation from Northfield Savings Bank for their transitional program. Sierra House is a Montpelier based non-profit supporting and advocating inclusion of all persons into our community, and actively encourages self-determination and recovery by serving individuals and families coping with mental health and developmental related challenges.About Northfield Savings Bank Northfield Savings Bank was founded in 1867 by a group of area citizens, and with assets of $588 million, is now one of Vermont’s largest providers of residential mortgages and commercial loans. Northfield was the first savings bank in Vermont to provide checking services, computerized statements and ATM’s, and remains a leader in combining sophisticated financial services with personalized customer service. NSB is also known for its role as a corporate citizen, proudly donating 10 percent of profits to Vermont community organizations. NSB has contributed more than $4.5 million over the last 10 years. An independent community bank, NSB employs approximately 143 people and operates 13 branches throughout Central Vermont and Chittenden County. Member FDIC.Photo caption: (C) Marcy Couillard, Program Coordinator and (R) Emily Wilder, Peer Mentor/Social Support Specialist for Sierra House, receive a $1,000 check from (L) Debbie Kerin, Northfield Savings Bank’s – Montpelier Branch Manager.Source: NSB. Montpelier, VT October 14, 2009last_img