March 27, 2015

Randolph Savings Bank recently presented the musicians of the United Christian Artists youth group with several new instruments for their youth band.

Randolph Savings Bank gifted the organization with two guitars, a keyboard, and drums. The children’s musical group recently performed at the Randolph Winterfest. “We take community involvement very seriously,” says Richard Olson, Senior Vice President of Retail Banking at Randolph Savings Bank. “We love the work that UCA is doing to bring music and art into the lives of the children in our community and we’re looking forward to a lot more performances from the band in the future.”

United Christian Artists is a not-for profit Massachusetts organization that was founded in 2012 to support and promote all Christian artists and to create a space for children to learn to play an instrument. The organization helps young men and women develop artistic talent and their work emphasizes reaching out to underserved children and youth and making a difference in their lives regardless of religious background or credo. The group is scheduled to perform in Randolph on April 19, 2015 at the Lantana.