Polish National Credit Union Donates $15,000 to Westfield Senior Center
WESTFIELD — At a check presentation ceremony on November 13, the Polish National Credit Union made a $15,000 donation to the capital campaign of the Friends of the Westfield Senior Center Inc. The donation was made at the Westfield River Branch of the PNCU by Branch Manager Cynthia L. Houle, to the Friends of the Westfield Senior Center’s board of directors. PNCU President and CEO James Kelly, commented on the credit union’s commitment to the Westfield community. “Our branch in Westfield is one of our largest and most vibrant locations, and we enjoy being involved in supporting the community in any way we can. The new Senior Center is going to be a wonderful asset to the community and PNCU is thrilled to be a part of it.” The donation will be used for furnishings at the new senior center, currently under construction on Noble Street in Westfield. “The Polish National donation will enable us to provide comfortable furniture and accessories for the new Senior Center that Westfield’s seniors will benefit from for years to come,” said board member Tom Keenan. “Polish National is genuinely concerned about the community and making Westfield a better place to live.”
Founded in 1921, The Polish National Credit Union is one of the largest credit unions in the Pioneer Valley. Headquartered on Main Street in Chicopee, the credit union operates full-service branches in Chicopee Center, Granby, Westfield, Southampton, Hampden, and Wilbraham.