Community Relations

Our community ties run deep.

When we started over 180 years ago, our goal was to provide a safe place for our neighbors to keep their money. And while that’s still fundamentally what we do, today we have a much more personal focus. 

Our goal is to treat every customer like our only customer.SM We also focus our attention on what’s important to you, by supporting the non-profit and community programs that help enrich our communities and make living here so enjoyable. At Cambridge Savings Bank, every employee is given 16 hours of paid time off each year to volunteer at an established non-profit organization. Since 2011, our employees have volunteered over 25,000 hours in time.

8 representatives from CSB or Community Servings posing in front of a Community Servings van with a large CSB check made out to Community Servings for $100,000.

Grants

We established the Cambridge Savings Charitable Foundation to enrich the lives of our neighbors. The Foundation is a non-profit charitable foundation organized to support human services, affordable housing and community development.

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6 representatives from CSB or the Watertown Boys and Girls Club posing in a gym in front of a CSB digital scoreboard behind a table with the Watertown Boys & Girls Club logo on the tablecloth

Sponsorships

We live and work in the community; we’re a part of it. We believe that comes with a greater responsibility to give back to those around us.

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Scholarships

Each Spring, the Cambridge Savings Charitable Foundation awards educational scholarships to public high school students, focused on two areas: secondary education and music education.

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Giving back isn't an obligation, it's a privilege.

We approach our communities the same way we approach each and every customer, as if they are our one and only.