• 2017 Hillcrest donation check group picture
    Hillcrest Educational Centers is a significant community partner, and we were honored to be the presenting sponsor of their annual golf fundraiser.
  • Investment group food donation
    MountainOne staff provided 8 families in need with full grocery bags for the holidays.
  • Paula Malloy with donation check
    MountainOne Volunteer of the Year for the western region, Paula Malloy, presents the $1,000 charitable donation that comes with the award to the Berkshire Humane Society. Fenway the dog is very happy! (photo courtesy Berkshire Humane Society)
  • Employees at QPS event
    Quincy Community Banking Officer Lucille Weare (left) is joined by VP Commercial Lending Matt Kreiser and Executive Administrator Michelle Devine to celebrate our partnership with Quincy Public Schools.

Community Engagement

MountainOne is proud to be a part of our local communities since 1848. We offer a variety of resources including our Community Dividend Program, financial education outreach and employee volunteer services. We look forward to seeing you out and about in our communities!

Community Dividend Grants

MountainOne is pleased to offer a Community Dividend grant program to local agencies working to make our communities better. Qualified 501(c)3 organizations may apply once annually for funding from MountainOne in support of programs and projects that directly impact our local communities and customers.

For donation requests, please contact the Community Engagement Officer with any questions at community@mountainone.com or 413.663.2141.

Financial Education for All Ages

Live Presentations – MountainOne’s financial experts are always willing to visit schools and community organizations to talk about banking, savings, budgeting, credit and many other topics. We will customize a program for you. Please contact our Community Engagement Officer with any questions: community@mountainone.com or 413.663.2141

MoneySmart Curriculum –  MountainOne highly recommends the MoneySmart financial education curriculum provided by the FDIC. It is a free resource available for download from the FDIC’s Teacher Online Resource Center.

Financial Education Materials – MountainOne is very pleased to offer a variety of free printed financial education materials. Teachers and community groups may make unlimited copies for educational use.

Financial Education Resources  – Looking for more info? Try these websites:

360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
The American Institute of CPAs provides valuable financial info for those starting out…or anyone!

Practical Money Skills for LifeTM
Visa credit cards provides fun interactive financial education resources for everyone.

United States Mint and United States Mint h.i.p. pocket changeTM
The U.S. Mint provides fun facts and info about our nation’s currency.

FTC Consumer Information and CFPB
The Federal Trade Commission and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau provide extensive consumer financial information and resources.

Annual Credit Report
A resource to access your free annual credit report.


Other Community Resources

Volunteer Services – The MountainOne Community Task Force is available for volunteer activities in our communities. Please contact our Community Engagement Officer with any questions: community@mountainone.com or 413.663.2141

Community Corners – Community groups are welcome to use our branch Community Corner locations to promote events and special programs.*

Meeting Space – Local groups that work for the benefit of our community may use MountainOne’s conference spaces for seminars, workshops and meetings.*

Educational Tours – Student tours of our offices are available. Meet professional bankers, see the vault, and learn about careers in banking and the services we provide. Fun financial literacy activities can be included as well.

Please contact our Community Engagement Officer with any questions: community@mountainone.com or 413.663.2141

*Community Corners and meeting spaces are not open to individuals, political organizations or religious organizations without a related charitable purpose. For security reasons, space is only available during banking hours and at the discretion of the bank.