Partnership with Allied Services benefits NEPA residents
First National Community Bank (FNCB), the largest community bank in Northeastern Pennsylvania, announced today a partnership with Allied Services to help provide rehabilitation services for children, adults and seniors in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
The partnership includes sponsorship of several events, including the Lexus-Autism Golf Classic on Monday, June 10. Proceeds from the tournament will be used to treat pediatric patients with diagnoses on the autism spectrum disorder.
FNCB is also sponsoring the 20th Annual Jack Newman Golf Classic on Monday, July 15, Todd Bodine's Onion Slice Open on Thursday, August 1 and the Volunteers' Car Show on Sunday, August 4 at the former International Salt grounds.
Funds from the events help sustain vocational rehab services and help pediatric patients being treated for brain injuries and other neurological impairments.
"FNCB is dedicated to making a difference in our community," said Karen Smith, assistant vice president, relationship manager at FNCB. "We are proud our partnership will help provide cutting-edge rehabilitation services for residents of all ages."
The support of Allied Services represents part of FNCB's larger Community Caring initiative. Through outreach programs, donations, and an employee volunteer network, FNCB is committed to helping the communities they serve.
Founded in 1910, FNCB supports its mission: Simply a better bank(tm) with an endless commitment to the communities they serve. With 21 branches throughout Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, and Wayne counties, FNCB is the largest community bank in Northeastern Pennsylvania leading the way in personal, small business and commercial banking solutions. For more information, visit
Representatives from FNCB and Allied Services meet to discuss their partnership to help provide rehabilitation services for children, adults and seniors in Northeastern Pennsylvania. The partnership includes sponsorship of several events, including the Lexus-Autism Golf Classic on Monday, June 10. L-R: Roger Anderson, FNCB assistant vice president, relationship manager; Karen Smith, FNCB assistant vice president, relationship manager; and Attorney William P. Conaboy, president/CEO of Allied Services.