Donation will help purchase new coats for Head Start participants
First National Community Bank (FNCB), the largest community bank in Northeastern Pennsylvania, today announced a donation to the Head Start Program in Wayne and Pike Counties.
The donation will help support the 2013 Coats for Kids campaign which provides a new winter coat for every child in the Head Start program.
"FNCB has been a long-time supporter of the winter coat project," said Ellen Pritchard, Honesdale community office manager. "It's a wonderful program that provides more than 1,000 new winter coats annually to deserving children in our community."
The support of the Honesdale Head Start program represents part of a larger Community Caring initiative by FNCB. 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 www.fncb.com.
Representatives from First National Community Bank present a $1,000 donation to representatives from the Honesdale Head Start. The donation will help support the 2013 Coats for Kids campaign which provides a new winter coat for every child in the Head Start program. Front row L-R: Gabriel Combs and Joshua Combs. Second row L-R: Randa Borsh, Head Start parent; Helen Connors, Head Start Family Services; Sam Ceccacci, executive director, Scranton Lackawanna Human Development Agency, Inc. (SLHDA) and Ann Lynady, Acting Head Start Director. Back row L-R: Catherine Bower, Head Start bus aide; Ashley Bayley, Head Start teacher; Lee Muir, Head Start Family Services; Chris DiMattio, SVP, FNCB Wealth Management, coat drive chairman; Ellen Pritchard, FNCB Honesdale community office manager and Diane Abbott, FNCB Honesdale Route 6 community office manager.