The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod has launched a “reCoop” campaign, designed to help Cape Codders in their lives and businesses as the state continues to re-open.
“ReCOOP is a rallying cry that recognizes what we have all been through these past months and looks optimistically to the future. Our team is ready to help clients reCOOP their lives, their businesses, and life on the Cape. We’re proud of how we have been able to help so many people and businesses, and we want to turn our sights to the future,” says Lisa Oliver, president and CEO of The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod.
The Coop has helped more than 800 business owners retain over 12,000 employees through its participation in the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program and has assisted more than 300 Cape Cod homeowners to remain safely at home through its mortgage relief programs. Both the Bank and The Coop Foundation have also recently released an additional $200,000 in relief funds to local nonprofit organizations.
“When our business needed help, we turned to The Coop. Without the personal attention and caring from The Coop team, our business wouldn’t be open and our employees would be out of work,” said Kate Corliss, co-owner of Old Kings Coffeehouse in West Yarmouth.
Each of the bank’s nine branches across the Cape is led by a branch manager-small business specialist who can help with the personalized service the bank is known for.
To learn more about how The Coop can help, visit mycapecodbank.com/recoop or call 508.568.3400.