News & Events
Beverly Bank is having a productive, eventful Fall. Employee volunteer efforts at Beverly Bootstraps, as well as events held in conjunction with The Northshore Community Development Coalition and Harborlight Community Partners are just a few of the projects and activities keeping everyone busy. Beverly Bank had a team of walkers in the Family Promise Walk in October and most recently nine employees and family members cooked and served a meal at Lifebridge in Salem.
Friday Coffee Break
BEVERLY, MA- NOVEMBER 29, 2015- Receptionist Linda Hering nominated Beverly Bank for Friday Coffee Break, a contest by North Shore radio station 104.9. When asked why the bank deserved a Coffee Break, Linda said, “I have worked a very long time, and this has to be the BEST group of people I have EVER worked with. Their kindness is genuine and they work hard to serve their customers and the community. I think it’s fabulous how they put their customers’ needs first always and how Beverly Bank gives back to their community which makes Beverly Bank, along with its' employees the # 1 place to work!”
Block Party Fun!
New Orleans jazz performance (left to right) Sean Jones on trumpet, Henri Smith, John Loud on drums, Henley Douglas, Jr. on saxophone
BEVERLY, MA- AUGUST 1, 2015 - Beverly Main Streets held their block party which was themed Mardi Block. Everyone there was immersed with great food and music. The mission of Beverly Main Streets is to promote and enhance downtown Beverly’s economic vitality, cultural and historic resources and quality of life. Beverly Bank is proud to support Beverly Main Streets and sponsored the main stage event at "Mardi Block".
BEVERLY, MA -AUGUST 5, 2015- Beverly Bank was proud to have been a sponsor for Beverly Homecoming's Lobster Fest. Tattoos and piggy coin holders were a popular giveaway at the Beverly Bank table. In the photo above, marketing intern Mary Cate Flaherty worked the table while Mortgage Loan Originator Dave Lops conducted residential lending business with a customer. It was an extremely blustery day which explains why Dave was multitasking and literally "holding down" the booth's canopy!