Augusta: Laura J. Hudson, Vice President & Chief Experience Officer of Kennebec Savings Bank (KSB), announced the most recent monthly winner of the Bank’s program for employees around charitable giving. Called Compassion Day, the Bank randomly chooses one name from its team of 107 employees each month and gives that employee $500 of Bank donations to direct to any charity of their choice.
This past month’s winner of KSB’s Compassion Day was Kathy Stone, Data Processing Team Leader at the Bank’s main office. Kathy chose to direct her donation to the Literacy Volunteers of Greater Augusta (LVA).
About Literacy Volunteers of Greater Augusta (LVA): LVA has been helping adults learn to read better for over 30 years. Our history has been enriched from the contributions of time and resources from our many volunteers and the students we serve. The work of ProLiteracy/LVA Greater Augusta is guided by a Board of Directors that meet regularly on the first Thursday of each month, except in the summer. The meetings, held at the LVA office, are open to the public. The operation of the organization is guided by By-laws. The LVA-Augusta Office is located at 12 Spruce Street, Suite 4, Augusta, Maine 04330.
Kennebec Savings Bank is a $803 million state-chartered mutual savings bank with a team of 107 employees and offices in Augusta, Waterville, Winthrop and Farmingdale. The Bank has four 24-hour electronic banking centers called KSB Anytime, in Manchester, Augusta and Farmingdale. The Bank is proud to be one of “The Best Places to Work in Maine,” and the home of Kennebec Wealth Management. Customers and employees alike are proud to say, “That’s My Bank.” Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender.