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08/15/2022

C&N Donates $20,000 to the North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club

North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club

L-R:  First Row:  Children attending camp at North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club.  Second Row:  Rose Siegel, VP; Regional Business Banking Manager, C&N; Monica Stiles, Assistant Director, North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club;  Blair Rush, President Southeast Region, C&N; Rachel Konieczny, Director, North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club

 

DOYLESTOWN, PA – C&N, a leading financial services company across Pennsylvania and New York, recently donated $20,000 to the North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club under the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC) for programs that include art, science, music, and photography.  

The North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club promises a safe, welcoming, supportive and positive environment, which is open to all children and teens. It serves approximately 4,000 children and teens between the ages of 6 and 18 across three facilities, The North Penn Valley Club in Lansdale, The Indian Valley Club in Souderton and The Wissahickon Valley Club in Ambler. Bob Kreamer, Boys & Girls Club CEO commented that “the funds from C&N help us in furthering our mission to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their fullest potential as productive, responsible, caring citizens. Our EITC-approved programs provide enriching activities that foster the interest and talents of the youth we serve. We are thankful for C&N’s support of our communities’ youth.”

Blair T. Rush, President of C&N’s Southeast Region said, “At C&N, we are committed to supporting the neighborhoods we serve. We strongly believe in the significant value that the North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Club has to offer the youth in our community through its many recreational, academic and afterschool homework assistance programs.”
 

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