The independent bank raised the funds during its annual campaign to support the area nonprofit
Penn Community Bank recently announced that it has donated more than $83,000 to United Way of Bucks County, raised during its 2018 company-wide support campaign.
Penn Community Bank’s more than 325 employees, executives and directors raised $58,855.50 through a variety of programs and activities held throughout the year. The bank then matched $25,000 worth of contributions, bringing the final total donation to $83,855.50.
“We are proud of our team members’ continued support of United Way of Bucks County,” said Todd Hurley, executive vice president and chief relationship officer of Penn Community Bank. “Our commitment to volunteerism energizes the team, and we are proud to see their collective efforts benefit programs that improve the lives of Bucks County residents.”
The mission of United Way of Bucks County is to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities to advance the common good. It focuses on three key issues: access to a high-quality education, a stable income and good health. The donations from Penn Community Bank help the organization to feed the hungry, give the homeless a path home, help seniors and families in crisis, and give at-risk young children access to care and education.
“We continue to be so grateful for the team at Penn Community Bank,” said Marissa Christie, president and chief executive officer of United Way of Bucks County. “Their dedication enables us to improve the local community by alleviating poverty, supporting education, and increasing self-sufficiency across Bucks County.”