Pictured from left to right are: Beth Spiegel, Marketing Director for Chestnut Hill Square; Linda Sloane Kay, Executive Vice President of Century Bank; and Lesley Silberstein, Boston Children’s Hospital League at the recent check presentation to The Boston Children’s Hospital League from Chestnut Hill Square and Century Bank. Chestnut Hill Square recently conducted a “Like Us On Facebook” campaign to benefit the Boston Children’s Hospital League. Additionally, Century Bank selected the Boston Children’s Hospital League as their grand opening charity. The total donation between the two organizations to the Boston Children’s Hospital League is $4,000.
About The Boston Children’s Hospital League
Every day, the Boston Children's Hospital League is improving and enhancing the lives of children dealing with the unimaginable stress of hospitalization. More than 500 strong, Children's Hospital League members are ambassadors and fundraisers for Children's Hospital Boston – one of the world's premier pediatric care and research centers. Over time, League support has broadened to include vital hospital programs such as research and medical education. Through fundraising events, charitable giving and volunteer work, the League has donated more than $14 million to the hospital since its inception in 1975. The Boston Children's Hospital League is an independent foundation that supports the work of Boston Children's Hospital. For more information visit
About Century Bank
Founded locally in 1969 by Marshall M. Sloane, Century Bank is New England’s largest family-run bank with 26 branches throughout Greater Boston. Today Century Bank is the Bank families and businesses rely on – a place where you can count on getting personal attention. Whether you need a free checking account, easy online banking or a sophisticated financial solution, you’ll find it at Century Bank. For more information, visit www.CenturyBank.com.
About Chestnut Hill Square
Chestnut Hill Square features an exciting mix of shops and restaurants, including fashion-forward favorites Anthropologie, Athleta, Francesca’s, True Runner and Sail Loft boutique that join popular hair styling studio Drybar, locally owned Century Bank, Starbucks, Panera Bread, Paper Source and Equinox fitness center which are all now open. Seasons 52, a fresh grill and wine bar featuring a seasonally inspired menu and an award-winning international wine list, Massachusetts’ first Brio Tuscan Grille, and perennial favorite The Capital Grille, which has remained open at its popular location, round out the fine dining offerings at the Square. In the coming months look for Soul Cycle, SWEET Cupcake, Red Mango, sweetgreen and Wegmans to join the exciting lineup of offerings in the Square.
Additionally the complex houses new medical offices, a full service banking institution and easy access to Route 9, the Massachusetts Turnpike and downtown Boston. For more information visit www.chestnuthillsquare.com.