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July 31, 2018
Covenant Bank donates $20,000 to Bucks County Free Library
Covenant Bank is pleased to announce a donation in the amount of $20,000 has been made to Bucks County Free Library under the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC).
Covenant’s donation will go towards the Summer Quest Program which challenges Preschool, Elementary and Teens/Adults to read all summer long. Michelle Wexler, Development Director says “Last year, 40,180 participants logged a total of 3,474,400 reading minutes during the summer of 2017. Of that, children accounted for 1,235,700 minutes. In addition to encouraging reading and avoiding the “summer slide,” we feature dozens of fun, educational and interactive programs that draw tens of thousands of kids each year.” CEO, Martina Kominiarek says that “anyone in Preschool, Elementary and on up can log their summer reading minutes by completing a reading log and visiting the library to add links to Bucks County’s reading chain and to have their reading log stamped!”
Blair Rush, President of Covenant Bank is happy the bank is able to help, “Covenant Bank is excited to partner with Bucks County Library’s Summer Quest which is challenging the Bucks County Community to read 4 million minutes this summer. The community also has the opportunity to read and reflect in the Library’s new space called, The Backyard. This outdoor space will host dozens of programs for all ages and encourage patrons to engage with nature.”
July 20, 2018
WELCOME THREE NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Donald P. Worthington, Chairman of Covenant Financial Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of three new Directors to the Covenant Financial, Inc. and Covenant Bank Boards: Carolina Cabrera DiGiorgio, William K. Poole, and Carl E. White Jr.
Carolina Cabrera DiGiorgio is the President & CEO of Congreso De Latinos Unidos, Inc, a non-profit organization whose mission is to enable individuals and families in predominately Latino neighborhoods to achieve economic self-sufficiency and well-being. Previously she was the Director of Commerce for Montgomery County and Senior Associate at the prestigious law firm Stradley, Ronon, Stevens & Young, LLP. William Poole is a leader in the Lancaster business community and has an extensive background in the banking industry. He was the founding President & CEO of HomeTowne Heritage Bank before its successful sale to National Penn Bancshares. He is on the Board of multiple non-profit organizations, including Chairman of the Board of Sight & Sound Theatres. Carl E. White, Jr. is the Chairman and Founder of Think Company, an experience design and software development firm that helps businesses envision, design and create great digital experiences for their customers and employees. He has extensive experience in the technology industry and has been recognized for his business expertise in the Philadelphia area. Carl is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Grundy Foundation among other charitable endeavors.
“We are excited about adding Carolina, Bill and Carl to our Board” stated John C. Spier, President & CEO of Covenant Financial, Inc. and CEO of Covenant Bank. “Each one is well respected for their business expertise and career achievements. Equally important, their character, integrity and commitment to the community match perfectly with the values of Covenant Bank.”
June 26, 2018
COVENANT BANK DONATES $20,000 TO LAKESIDE YOUTH SERVICE
Covenant Bank is pleased to announce a donation in the amount of $20,000 has been made to Lakeside Youth Service in North Wales, PA under the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC). Lakeside’s mission is to empower youth and families to overcome difficulties and achieve success through quality educational and treatment services.
Covenant’s donation will go towards the e-learning program that includes accountability. Gerry Vassar, CEO of Lakeside Service says that “The program accepts regular and special education students in grades 9-12 who are able to work independently with academic accountability and support.” The program is designed to meet the educational and social needs of students by combining online learning tools with in-person instructional support. “Students work on-line in the school setting with a teacher’s support. After they have demonstrated success in the program, they earn the ability to work from home. Students in this program are academically capable and need flexibility in their education due to working full-time, parenting, etc.” says Linda Franco, CFO & VP of Administration at Lakeside. Blair Rush, President of Covenant Bank is happy the bank is able to help, “Covenant Bank is excited to partner with Lakeside so students at risk of dropping out or delaying graduation benefit from the ability to self-pace or accelerate their education to earn their diploma.”
May 1, 2018
COVENANT BANK DONATES $29,000 TO THE CENTER SCHOOL
Covenant Bank is pleased to announce a donation in the amount of $29,000 has been made to the Center School of Abington, PA under the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC). Center School’s mission is to provide children who learn differently with a personalized education to realize their potential and reshape the way they view themselves and their future.
Covenant’s donation will go towards scholarships offered by the school to provide opportunities to students and potential students whose financial situation may otherwise prevent them from attending the Center School. Blair T. Rush, President & Chief Operating Officer commented, “Covenant Bank is proud to help make it possible for students to attend the Center School where they receive personalized education and the ability to identify their strengths and learn strategies to support their challenge areas.” Center School Head of School, Mindy Wawrzyniak commented “Without businesses like Covenant Bank, students would not have the opportunity to attend our school. We are thankful to Covenant Bank for their generous donation to our scholarship program.”
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