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Creating a
Lasting Impact

Our Community Investment Program

To enhance our communities and improve quality of life for the people within them, Kennebunk Savings offers direct grants, as well as sponsorships in five key categories:

  • Arts programs 
  • Civic initiatives 
  • Education
  • Environmental protection and preservation
  • Human services

Huntington Common Charitable Fund for Seniors

The Huntington Common Charitable Fund for Seniors was established in 2006 with the proceeds from the conversion and sale of the Huntington Common Retirement Living Community. Each year, the Kennebunk Savings Bank Foundation allocates the earnings of the fund to qualified organizations serving York County residents ages 65 and older


Request a Grant or Sponsorship

Your organization can request funding online, through a banking office, or through a lending officer. Our Community Investment Committee meets regularly to review requests. Decisions are based on potential impact in the community, support from others in the private and public sector, and relevance to the community investment goals.

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Recent News & Events

Kennebunk Savings Opens Sixth New Hampshire Office in Stratham

Kennebunk Savings officials joined members of the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce, guests from the community, customers and vendors to open its newest location in Stratham, New Hampshire. The newly constructed building is located at 9 Portsmouth Avenue, at the intersection of Routes 108 and 101, making it a convenient and easy-to-access site. Formerly the site of a gas station, this office is Kennebunk Savings’ sixth branch in New Hampshire and nineteenth in its York County, Maine and seacoast New Hampshire network.

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Kennebunk Savings Announces New Manager in Lower Village Office

Kennebunk Savings is pleased to announce Rhonda Hebert as Vice President and Branch Manager of its Lower Village branch in Kennebunk. Hebert was most recently a branch manager and loan officer with another York County savings bank.

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