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Marlborough Savings Bank donates to extended day program

(l to r) Donna Driscoll, branch manager, Marlborough Savings Bank; Barbara Cole, director, Sudbury Extended Day; Rhona Jarmulowicz, Sudbury Extended Day; and Jamie Belmore, marketing coordinator, Marlborough Savings Bank. (Photo/submitted)

(l to r) Donna Driscoll, branch manager, Marlborough Savings Bank; Barbara Cole, director, Sudbury Extended Day; Rhona Jarmulowicz, Sudbury Extended Day; and Jamie Belmore, marketing coordinator, Marlborough Savings Bank. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – The Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation awarded Sudbury Extended Day (SED) a $2,500 grant to supplement the cost of enrolling students from low-income families into SED programs. The organization aims to raise $20,000 each year to help cover the costs of families that are waiting to receive state vouchers for childcare.

“The wait for these vouchers can be a significant period of time, and these families need childcare programs in the interim,” commented Barbara Cole, director of Sudbury Extended Day. “We'se thrilled with the support from Marlborough Savings, which will help fund the tuition costs for several children.”

For those interested in making a donation to SED, contact Barbara Cole directly at sedoffice1@aol.com.

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