The interior and exterior of both branches were completely renovated and feature a larger lobby, state-of-the-art technology, a customer lounge with a digital communication display and coffee bar, a new 24-hour full-service drive-up ATM, and a signature Cape-style front porch.
Amanda Converse, CEO and founder of Love Live Local, right stands in the Love Live Local store, 539 South St., Hyannis, with John Cooke, Coop Marketing Officer, and Sheryl Walsh, Coop Chief Consumer & Small Business Banking Officer. “The Cape Cod Resilience Fund is vitally important to our community because the money raised goes directly to the Cape’s small business owners to help keep their doors open during the pandemic,” said Lisa Oliver, Chair, President and CEO of The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod. The Cape Cod Resilience Fund was established by Love Live Local, an organization dedicated to community advocacy and educating consumers on the importance of shopping local.
This marks an exciting next chapter in our story of giving. The Coop Foundation will allow us to significantly extend and increase the reach of our philanthropy. We celebrated the Foundation’s debut in December by awarding $105,000 in one time and multi-year grants to four charitable organizations.
Lisa is the Bank’s 5th president, and first female to assume the role.