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Penn Community Bank workplace program donates $7,000 to area nonprofits


Penn Community Bank’s Workplace Connections program donated over $7,000 to area nonprofits in 2019.

Workplace Connections is a bank-at-work initiative that brings benefits, including free financial literacy workshops, to area employers and their employees. For every new checking account opened through Workplace Connections, Penn Community Bank donates $10 to area organizations.

In 2019, $7,140 was donated to the Ann Silverman Health Clinic, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County, Cairn Foundation, Family Service Association Homeless Shelter, Rolling Harvest Food Rescue, and Youth Orchestra of Bucks County.

“Penn Community Bank is a community-first financial services provider, and our commitment to growth touches everything we do. Through Workplace Connections we can further support the pillars of our community giving: financial literacy, economic self-sufficiency, affordable housing, and food security,” said Penn Community Bank Chief Administrative Officer Diane Brown.

“We look forward to continuing this successful program in 2020 and partnering with community members and local organizations to grow and improve our communities.”

Since its launch in 2017, Penn Community Bank – through the Workplace Connections program - has donated nearly $20,000 to nonprofits throughout the region. This giving is in addition to the 5% of net income donated back into the neighborhoods Penn Community Bank serves.

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