Thank you to our many donors who help to guarantee that Lowell’s history, stories, and artifacts are maintained for future generations. Without their support, we could not continue our mission to promote and celebrate our community’s history and legacy.
Since 1960 the D’Youville Life & Wellness Community has been an integral part of the physical and cultural landscape of Greater Lowell.
In the late 1980s, Massachusetts faced a severe economic downturn. As George Duncan watched his city struggle, he joined other visionaries to help influence the recovery.
Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union is the third oldest credit union in the United States and the second oldest in Massachusetts. JDCU officially opened their doors in 1912 to provide financial stability to immigrants who came to Lowell to work in the textile mills during the Industrial Revolution.
Lowell Five was founded over 165 years ago to bring access to banking to ordinary citizens and help them achieve their financial goals.
In 1892, Washington Savings Bank made its first home in Lowell, MA. With the growing success of the Bank, a Dracut branch was added in 1997 to help serve the Greater Lowell community.