Get us involved.
We work hard to be actively involved in our community, demonstrate leadership through our actions and be part of the solution. Each year we average over 5,000 hours giving back and assisting area organizations with community projects, participation on boards, financial education, fundraising and service days. We love the opportunity to get involved and make a difference.
Lending a helping hand.
Every year we participate in a variety of community projects and events. Many of our employees have skills and talent outside of their roles at the Bank and enjoy being able to put them to use. Whether it’s hammering nails for Habitat for Humanity, harvesting vegetables to feed families as part of the Dartmouth YMCA’s Sharing the Harvest Community Farm or serving dinner to kids at the Boys & Girls Club – we love the opportunity to get involved. Let us know if you need a hand, or two for a project or event.Request Volunteers
Spreading the wealth.
There is no substitute for being involved. We encourage our team to give their time and expertise to support the great work that is happening in our community. Each year we average over 5,000 hours giving back and assisting area organizations with community projects, participation on boards, financial education, fundraising and service days. We love the opportunity to get involved and make a difference.Request Volunteers
We like to work for a cause. Not for applause.
We take our board service seriously. We have over 80 members of our team involved with just over 200 different community organizations throughout our region. The strongest relationships are those that meet the needs of both parties. To ensure a good fit, we want to understand your mission, requirements and expectations to enable us to provide a member of our team that is well- matched to your organization and will add value.Request Volunteers
Community Partner Testimonial
Together we make a difference.
"Bristol County Savings Bank and the Bristol County Savings Foundation have been transformational community partners for Junior Achievement of Southern Massachusetts and the thousands of students that we serve each year. Their generous support has helped us launch new and innovative educational initiatives and they have supported the capacity of our organization to grow rapidly in recent years. From Michael Patacao's continued leadership as our Board Chair, to Lou Ricciardi's game changing co-founding of the SPARK Program, to Patrick Murray and Michele Roberts' commitment to the continued growth of this partnership and Jeff Bradley's collaboration across our various efforts together - their commitment to the community is self-evident and we are so grateful to call them partners!"Jeff Pelletier President, Junior Achievement of Southern Massachusetts
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Frequently Asked Questions
We’ve tried to make our volunteer request process as easy as possible. Below are the top questions we receive from community organizations and we hope they assist you in your request process.
If you have other questions, or need additional assistance, you can reach out to a member of our Community Support Team.
Can I request volunteers via email?
All volunteer requests must be submitted through our online request form. (Mailed, faxed or emailed requests can no longer be accepted). If you are a community organization located in or serving one of our qualified communities and would like to request volunteers, you can do so using our online volunteer request form. Any issues, please call us at 508-828-5393 and we can assist you.
How will I know you received my submitted request?
Once you submit your request, you will receive a thank you email sent to the email address you provided. If you do not receive this notification, please call us at 508-828-5393 and we can assist you.
Can I request volunteers for an ongoing opportunity or just a one-time event?
You can use our online volunteer request form to request volunteers for one-time events as well as on-going opportunities like mentoring, board engagement, financial education, ect.
How long is the review process before I will know if my request was approved?
It may take several weeks for request to be reviewed and volunteers secured. We recommend submitting your request at least 2 to 3 months before your event. Once a decision has been made, we will advise you via e-mail or telephone.
What additional information should I include with my request?
Please include detailed information on your event and/or volunteer opportunity. This should include all volunteer opportunities and any required skills/abilities of the volunteers.
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Need help? We're here for you.
You can call our Community Support Line for help with your questions or contact a member of our team for other assistance.