Helping Those Who Help Others
Founded in 2008 by George L. Duncan, Founder and Chairman, and Mary Ellen Fitzpatrick, Corporate Communications Director (retired), Enterprise Bank's Non-Profit CollaborativeSM (NPC) provides critically needed support to non-profit organizations in the Merrimack Valley, North Central Massachusetts, and Southern New Hampshire. Together, with the Enterprise Bank team, we work on behalf of the non-profit community to develop programs and resources to benefit these valuable organizations.
Educational Seminar Series
We understand the challenges you face to fulfill your mission while working with limited resources. Our educational seminars are presented by industry experts and address topics critical to the success of non-profits. Seminars are offered in both the spring and the fall and there is no cost for representatives of non-profit organizations to attend. In addition to the educational aspect, NPC seminars are a networking and relationship building opportunity for non-profit teams. Learn while connecting with experienced subject matter experts, Enterprise Bank team members, and other non-profits in a relaxed, comfortable setting. Register for one seminar, or plan to have a representative at each seminar
Board & Volunteer Support
Our Enterprise Bankers offer a level of professionalism and expertise that will benefit your board, providing leadership, guidance and vision for the future of your organization. Enterprise Bank can also assist with your volunteer needs by posting volunteer opportunities on our Bank's internal website for our employees. If you are looking for local professionals to contribute to your non-profit organization, please contact Alison Burns at 978-656-5672 or Andrew Duncan at 978-459-9000 x4582.
Place to Meet, Plan and Grow Stronger
If your non-profit organization is in need of conference or meeting space, Enterprise Bank has a number of conveniently located community rooms that are available at no charge. For meeting space information and availability, please contact Andrew Duncan at 978-459-9000 x4582.