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Penn Community Bank recently teamed up with St. Luke's to distribute meals to Quakertown-area students as part of its summer meals program.
First Citizens Community Bank team members recently volunteered at the Jonestown Outreach Pantry. FCCB employees and customers donated 162.55 pounds of food and a cash donation.
Univest Financial recently presented Second Harvest Food Bank with a check for $2,500 earned through the Lehigh Valley IronPigs “Double Plays Pay” sponsorship.
1st Summit Bank employees collected school supplies at each of its 17 community offices to be donated to 22 local schools and nonprofits.
CNB Bank recently raised over $30,000 at its 11th annual Charity Golf Tournament, benefitting the American Cancer Society and breast cancer awareness.
C&N recently donated $20,000 to the North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club under the EITC Program for programs that include art, science, music and photography.
The Dime Bank recently donated $9,750 to Lacawac Sanctuary to support the nature preserve, environmental education center and biological field station.
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