Savings Bank of Danbury to be featured in documentary

http://www.newstimes.com/business/article/Savings-Bank-of-Danbury-to-be-featured-in-11953240.php   DANBURY — Savings Bank of Danbury will be the only bank in the Northeast to be featured in an episode of “Behind the Scenes,” a documentary program hosted by James Earl Jones and aired on public television. Savings Bank of Danbury, one of five banks to be featured in the program, was chosen […]

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GCS Credit Union makes large donation to the Amy Center

https://m.riverbender.com/articles/details.cfm?id=23278   Mt. Vernon, IL – GCS Credit Union employees joined together to raise $945.00 in the month of August to benefit The Amy Schulz Child Advocacy Center. The Amy Center is a charitable not-for-profit organization. Services to child abuse victims and family members are provided free of charge at the center. The Amy Center […]

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COMMUNITY BANK, N.A. SUPPORTS EDUCATION AT MUSEUM

http://www.artintheadirondacks.com/2017/community-bank-n-supports-education-museum/   OGDENSBURG, NY – The Frederic Remington Art Museum recently received a donation from Community Bank, N.A. in support of education at the Eva Caten Remington Education Center. Laura A. Foster, director of the Frederic Remington Art Museum, receives a check from Matthew Honeywell, ​branch manager ​at Community Bank, N.A. ​in Ogdensburg, NY. ​ […]

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Housing For All (Families) – SF Weekly

Housing For All (Families) – SF Weekly http://www.sfweekly.com/news/suckafreecity/housing-for-all-families/   Ground broke Tuesday on a massive affordable housing site in the Tenderloin, which will bring 113 new apartments to the market. Specifically targeted to families in the neighborhood, 60 percent of the units at The Eddy and Taylor Family Housing Site (http://www.dbarchitect.com/project_detail/141/222%20Taylor%20Family%20Housing.html) will have two or […]

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SOLUTIONS BY VOLUNTEERMATCH

https://www.volunteermatch.org SOLUTIONS BY VOLUNTEERMATCH At VolunteerMatch, we believe it should be easy to make a difference. As the web’s largest volunteer engagement network best known for our website VolunteerMatch.org, we take that belief seriously. That’s why we offer a range of options for companies, brands, and organizations to take their volunteer and giving programs to new […]

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L.A. County Fair: More than 35 Community Heroes to be recognized

http://www.dailybulletin.com/lifestyle/20150821/la-county-fair-more-than-35-community-heroes-to-be-recognized POMONA >> More than 35 community members from all walks of life will be recognized as Community Heroes during the L.A. County Fair, which begins Sept. 4 at the Fairplex. The heroes live or work in 16 cities surrounding the Fairplex and will be honored during each city’s day at the fair, Fairplex spokeswoman […]

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Wilkinsburg Youth Project attracts teens

http://www.post-gazette.com/local/east/2015/10/23/Wilkinsburg-Youth-Project-attracts-teens/stories/201510090036 By Deana Carpenter Jessica Burns of Wilkinsburg has a mission to change the perception of the youth in the borough and its surrounding communities. The social worker, who has lived in Wilkinsburg for 25 years, started the Wilkinsburg Youth Project two summers ago to provide mentors and service opportunities for youth age 14 to […]

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How to Get Your Kids Into a Habit of Community Service

http://www.parent.co/how-to-get-your-kids-into-a-habit-of-community-service by Danielle Helzer I try to be an intentional parent. It doesn’t always work out because, let’s face it: being a parent is SO HARD. Prior to becoming a mom, I spent seven years teaching English to high school students. It was an overwhelming job, but parenting is a new level of overload. The responsibility […]

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Read books, eat chicken fingers: Corporate sponsors in libraries

#communitybanking #corporatesponsorship #marketingideas By Diana Samuels, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune  http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/05/corporate_sponsorship_librarie.html   Book sales are a traditional way for libraries to raise money, but they’re also looking for other methods of offering increased programming, including working with corporate sponsors. (Photo by Kathleen Flynn, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune) Welcome to your local library, brought to you by Raising […]

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Obama’s Commencement at Rutgers and what Community Banks Already Know

Don’t just go out and make a fortune, make a difference.” ~ President Obama Obama to Class of 2016: ‘It’s Your Turn Now to Shape Your Nation’s Destiny’ Sunday, May 15, 2016 By Robin Lally http://news.rutgers.edu/news/obama-class-2016-its-your-turn-now-shape-your-nations-destiny/20160515#.V0Ruv5MrJE6 Obama commends Rutgers for persistence in inviting him and said letters from student body president’s grandmother sealed the deal President […]

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