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Penn Community Bank holds Day of Service


Penn Community Bank hosted its third-annual Day of Service on Wednesday, June 5.

The organization-wide event partnered over 300 bank team members with 12 nonprofit organizations from Philadelphia to the Lehigh Valley to donate over 1,000 hours of volunteer service and $110,000 in charitable contributions.

“Penn Community Bank’s Day of Service reaffirms our deep commitment to strengthening the communities we serve,” said Jeane M. Vidoni, president and CEO of Penn Community Bank. “We are proud to have hundreds of our dedicated employees volunteering their time and talents to make a positive impact across our region – from Philadelphia to the Lehigh Valley, and everywhere in between. This day truly expresses our core values of service and giving back.”

“What started as just an idea three years ago has blossomed into this annual Day of Service – a core piece of who we are as an organization,” said Bernard Tynes, Penn Community Bank chief experience and impact officer. “Seeing this program grow from just a concept into a highly-anticipated annual tradition for our team members and area nonprofit is something our organization takes great pride in and motivates us to continue expanding how we can serve as a true community partner.”

Day of Service nonprofit partners included:

•One Home at a Time (OHATT) - Huntington Valley.

•United Way Bucks County/Bucks County Opportunity Council HELP Center - Bristol.

•Rolling Harvest Food Rescue - Buckingham.

•Special Olympics Pennsylvania - Doylestown.

•Share Food Program - Philadelphia.

•Share Food Program - Perkasie.

•Ripple Community - Allentown.

•Greater Easton Development Partnership - Easton.

•Keystone Opportunity Center - Souderton.

•Heritage Conservancy - Doylestown.

•Free Fall Action Park - Quakertown.

•Woods Services - Langhorne.

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