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Kennebunk Savings ‘socks it’ to York County Community Action

Seacoast Online

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Kennebunk Savings Celebrates 150 Years in the Community

Kennebunk Savings Supports Community Garden Expansion

Kennebunk Savings recently provided a donation of over $3,000 to the Sanford-Springvale Mousam Way Land Trust in support of their new and already-expanding community garden.

Kennebunk Savings Donates $36,000 to Local Food Pantries for Holidays

Kennebunk Savings is wrapping up their annual giving for 2020 with several donations to food banks, local food pantries and meal programs for the holidays.

Kennebunk Savings Grant Supports Launch of MARR’s Training Portal

Kennebunk Savings was pleased to award a $5,000 grant to the Maine Association of Recovery Residences (MARR) for the development of an online training portal and courses for peer recovery supports.

Innovations in Recovery Conference A Virtual Success

Kennebunk Savings was proud to be featured as a platinum sponsor for SOS Recovery Community Organization’s “Innovations in Recovery,” New England’s premier peer recovery conference. This year’s event, held digitally, brought together local leaders and national speakers to share latest research in peer recovery from substance use disorder and its intersection with trauma, toxic stress and harm reduction.

Main street drive Kennebunk Savings branch building

Kennebunk Savings Named “Best Bank” and “Best Financial Services”

Kennebunk Savings was honored to receive several accolades from the annual Kennebunk-Kennebunkport-Arundel Chamber of Commerce’s “Drive to be the Best” survey! Kennebunk Savings was named “Best Bank” and “Best Financial Services,” coming in second for “Best Customer Service.”

Kennebunk community members feeding horse at stables

Equine-Based Retreat for Healthcare Workers Alleviates COVID-19 Trauma

KENNEBUNK, Maine – As the first few weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded, Sarah Armentrout, co-founder of the Carlisle Academy, anticipated a need. “Our frontline healthcare workers—our healers—are going to themselves need time to heal from the daily trauma they are enduring,” she said. “And you know, our horses like to work. Like everybody else, they want a meaningful occupation.”