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Webster Five Donates $35,000 to Help Meet Families’ Basic Needs

With temperatures dropping and prices for goods continuing to rise, Webster Five is donating $35,000 to help local families facing food insecurity and surging home heating costs. The bank is giving $20,000 to the Worcester County Food Bank, $10,000 to the Worcester Community Action Council’s Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, and $5,000 to the food pantry at the veteran-family-assistance organization, Project New Hope. Webster Five is also holding a food drive and joined Project New Hope’s “Operation Jeepers Christmas” to fulfill military families’ holiday wish lists.

Webster Five Foundation donates $5,000 to Auburn Youth and Family Services

In July, 2021, Webster Five announced that it has donated $5,000 to Auburn Youth and Family Services. The donation will help fund the support programs and services AYFS offers year-round, including counseling, tutoring, advocacy, information and referral, after-school and summer youth programs, support groups for children, teens and parents, a food pantry and clothing closet to those who live in the town of Auburn and surrounding communities.


Webster Five Foundation Donates $4,000 to Quinsigamond Community College Foundation

In August 2021, Webster Five announced that it has donated $4,000 to the Quinsigamond Community College Foundation. This donation will assist the Foundation and its QCC Student Emergency Aid Fund, which was created to provide timely financial aid to at-risk students who otherwise may not have completed their college education due to financial instability they have faced in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.