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Metro Credit Union Gives $25,000 to the Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home


Chelsea, MA. April 5, 2011 -Metro Credit Union recently donated $5,000 to the Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home, the third installment of a five-year commitment totaling $25,000. Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home provides high quality skilled nursing and residential care to those who are too frail or debilitated to live at home, and are suffering from medical complications of age, including dementia or Alzheimer's Disease.

The funds represent a multi-year commitment to support the expansion of the skilled care facilities located on Admiral's Hill in Chelsea. Construction is complete for the Leonard Florence Center for Living, the third innovative housing option for seniors on the Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson Campus. The Center joins Cohen-Florence-Levine Estates Assisted Living and Florence and Chafetz Home for Specialized Care -all under the auspices of Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home. "We are delighted to make this donation to benefit the Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home and to support the citizens of our community. One of our main goals is to provide support to the communities we serve by continuing to fund programs and services that improve the lives of people in our community,"said Robert M. Cashman, President and CEO of Metro.


About Metro Credit Union

Metro Credit Union is one of the largest credit unions in Massachusetts with over $800 million in assets, and serves over 120,000 members.  Established in 1926 and based in Chelsea, Metro offers superior service and a full range of financial products, including investment and insurance offerings, for consumers and businesses in eastern Massachusetts.  Metro has nine branch offices conveniently located in Burlington, Chelsea, Framingham, Lawrence, Lynn, Peabody, Swampscott, Tewksbury, and a tenth branch soon to open in Boston. Metro is also a leader in workplace banking, serving over 1,800 companies throughout the state.