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Help make a difference with Community Bank this Giving Tuesday Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 on the simple idea of encouraging people to do good. Over the years, it's grown into a year- round global movement that inspires people to give, collaborate and celebrate generosity. Community Bank has championed the no- tion of supporting and giving back to the communities they serve, and they've built a legacy around their philosophy of 'neigh- bors helping neighbors.' Greene County United Way's Day of SERVICE th Through their Community Bank Cares pro- gram, the financial institution has donated more than $400,000 to charities and non- profits throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia since 2015. Unlted Way Rink The program, which allows the bank to bridge important funding to meaningful or- ganizations, continues to prove vital as local nonprofits struggle to navigate the latest ef- and known, it instantly gives us a boost in peo- fects of the pandemic. ple trusting us and wanting to get involved," "As we enter this season of giving, please Forbes said. "A huge part of our efforts is get- consider donating to your local nonprofits," ting our message into the community." Community Bank CEO and President, John H. Ed Chess, Jr., the chairman of the board for Montgomery, said. "Many are still struggling the Flenniken Public Library, in Carmichaels, as a result of the pandemic and any type of said small nonprofits, like the library, are of- donation will help them provide much need- ten taken for granted. ed services to our area." Gre Cty United ay of tay of SERVIC "People just assume that we will be OK. Kelly Proudfit, the executive director of the They assume we a part of a government Washington Area Humane Society, said program, but that's not the case," he said. they've seen an increase in the number of "Libraries' survivals are tied to their com- abused and neglected animals over the munities. No donation size is too small." course of 2021. He encourages communities to support "It's reflective of what's going on in the their local nonprofits through "time and county," Proudfit said. "We've really seen a treasury" year-round. lot of unusual situations." Ally helping out on the Day of Service. This has put a strain on the privately funded While 2021 has had a much sunnier outlook "If you would like to make a donation, you can organization as they've had to pay for more donations went down. We're are looking for give and it is greatly appreciated." compared to 2020, expenses went up and do so on the website," she said. "It's very easy to emergency services. support in any way." "These cases take a toll on resources," Proud- while monetary donations are important program, visit www.communitybank.tv. fit said. " They require more staffing, money and volunteers." To learn more about Community Bank Cares to nonprofits, Proudfit said there are other ways to support your local nonprofits. Sponsored content brought to you by Corporate sponsors, like Community Bank, help bring attention and resources "We're always looking for food, toys and paper for the printer," she said. "We have a ton of stuff on our wish list. You can pur- chase items via Amazon or drop off dona- to their cause. ch Community Bank "Every little but helps," she said. MaChal Forbes, the executive director of the tions at the shelter." United Way of Greene County, agreed. Forbes said nonprofits make it easy for Member "When we partner with entities like Commu- community members to donate or volun- nity Bank, because they are so well respected teer their time. FDIC LENDER Help make a difference with Community Bank this Giving Tuesday Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 on the simple idea of encouraging people to do good. Over the years, it's grown into a year- round global movement that inspires people to give, collaborate and celebrate generosity. Community Bank has championed the no- tion of supporting and giving back to the communities they serve, and they've built a legacy around their philosophy of 'neigh- bors helping neighbors.' Greene County United Way's Day of SERVICE th Through their Community Bank Cares pro- gram, the financial institution has donated more than $400,000 to charities and non- profits throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia since 2015. Unlted Way Rink The program, which allows the bank to bridge important funding to meaningful or- ganizations, continues to prove vital as local nonprofits struggle to navigate the latest ef- and known, it instantly gives us a boost in peo- fects of the pandemic. ple trusting us and wanting to get involved," "As we enter this season of giving, please Forbes said. "A huge part of our efforts is get- consider donating to your local nonprofits," ting our message into the community." Community Bank CEO and President, John H. Ed Chess, Jr., the chairman of the board for Montgomery, said. "Many are still struggling the Flenniken Public Library, in Carmichaels, as a result of the pandemic and any type of said small nonprofits, like the library, are of- donation will help them provide much need- ten taken for granted. ed services to our area." Gre Cty United ay of tay of SERVIC "People just assume that we will be OK. Kelly Proudfit, the executive director of the They assume we a part of a government Washington Area Humane Society, said program, but that's not the case," he said. they've seen an increase in the number of "Libraries' survivals are tied to their com- abused and neglected animals over the munities. No donation size is too small." course of 2021. He encourages communities to support "It's reflective of what's going on in the their local nonprofits through "time and county," Proudfit said. "We've really seen a treasury" year-round. lot of unusual situations." Ally helping out on the Day of Service. This has put a strain on the privately funded While 2021 has had a much sunnier outlook "If you would like to make a donation, you can organization as they've had to pay for more donations went down. We're are looking for give and it is greatly appreciated." compared to 2020, expenses went up and do so on the website," she said. "It's very easy to emergency services. support in any way." "These cases take a toll on resources," Proud- while monetary donations are important program, visit www.communitybank.tv. fit said. " They require more staffing, money and volunteers." To learn more about Community Bank Cares to nonprofits, Proudfit said there are other ways to support your local nonprofits. Sponsored content brought to you by Corporate sponsors, like Community Bank, help bring attention and resources "We're always looking for food, toys and paper for the printer," she said. "We have a ton of stuff on our wish list. You can pur- chase items via Amazon or drop off dona- to their cause. ch Community Bank "Every little but helps," she said. MaChal Forbes, the executive director of the tions at the shelter." United Way of Greene County, agreed. Forbes said nonprofits make it easy for Member "When we partner with entities like Commu- community members to donate or volun- nity Bank, because they are so well respected teer their time. FDIC LENDER