Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce

Westfield, MA— Westfield Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of John E. Bonini as Senior Vice President, General Counsel. He is responsible for all legal matters concerning Westfield Bank and Western New England Bancorp, Inc., including issues involving shareholders, customers and employees, as well as SEC compliance and reporting along with providing legal advice to the Company's Board of Directors and Senior Management Team.


Westfield, MA— Westfield Bank is pleased to announce that Patrick M. Daggett has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Digital Banking & Innovation Manager.

Following a very successful internship, Daggett officially began his Westfield Bank career in 2017 as a Management Trainee, and was later promoted to Digital Marketing & Sales Administration Specialist. In his new role as Digital Banking & Innovations Manager, he will be responsible for managing the bank's digital channels, enhancing the customer experience with digital banking products and services, expanding usage and capabilities of existing technologies, and serving as project manager for future technologies.

Results In Wellness, LLC.
93 Springfield Road, Suite B
Westfield, MA 01085

Welcome 2021 and new Results in Wellness, LLC providers! As we begin this new year, we are excited to have a brand new service available. Fawne St.Pierre, RN or Flawless by Fawne, will now be offering Medical Aesthetics to our community. This service will assist you to look as good as you feel as you continue on your pathway to the best version of yourself. Free initial consultations are available.

Springfield, MA (1/11/2021)—United Way of Pioneer Valley (UWPV) is excited to announce that as of January 10, 2021, we will officially reach our 100th anniversary of improving lives in Western Massachusetts. In recognition of this important milestone and our commitment to the people of Hampden County, Granby, and South Hadley, we have decided to start our 100th year with new services designed to provide the greatest impact with our donors’ hard-earned dollars, based on feedback we received from a survey of local UWPV stakeholders and community leaders conducted in July 2020.

As a nonprofit business and a member of the Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce, Mental Health Association wants to shine a light on our fellow Chamber members who stepped up with donations to its Room to Recover campaign at Safe Haven here in Westfield.
Thanks to…
bankESB, Westfield Gas + Electric, Comcast and Commercial Distributing Company.
Safe Haven helps individuals who are challenged by homelessness, substance use and mental illness transition to independent, successful community living. Safe Haven has had a 94% success rate in getting people off the streets and connecting them with the services they need.
We all know someone who has been challenged by mental health or substance use. By supporting MHA’s Safe Haven Room To Recover campaign, members are making it possible for local folks to get the help they need to live their best life—in a community they want to call home – our community!
Room to Recovery is a good example of our Chamber members helping another member help our community. Thank you!

Westover Job Corps Careers begin here. Get the skills you need to succeed in today’s workforce at no cost to you or your family. We provide on the job training and help you find the career that is right for you.

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2020 has been an extremely difficult year for Westfield families, but through it all, the dedicated staff of the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Westfield have been working to help our youth adapt to the new normal, and we are ready to continue serving our community with your support. Here's what The Boys and Girls Club has been up to since March:

Food: Since March, we have delivered over 150,000 free meals to greater Westfield youth and families facing food insecurity

Education: The Club has been re-configured as a Distance Learning Center in collaboration with the Westfield School Department, providing 150 kids a day with a safe place to attend school

Virtual Learning: When the Club was closed for in-person learning, our dedicated staff members made their learning and interactivity-based programming virtual, engaging youth at home through fun projects related to coding, podcasting, reading music, and more!

Youth Events: We had the opportunity to welcome the public with a series of free, socially-distanced Drive-In movie nights.

Summer Programming: On June 29th, the Club reopened for summer programming, engaging 224 youth in an authentic summer experience

Community Spirit: We have held drive-up events to continue supporting our community while socially distanced, including handing out more than 600 trick or treat bags for Halloween, 400 to-go dinners for Thanksgiving, and 450 dinner supplies as part of the Farmers to Families Food Box Program