FNCB collecting items for the Women’s Resource Center
First National Community Bank (FNCB), the largest community bank in Northeastern
Pennsylvania, today announced a partnership with the Women’s Resource Center to
help support victims of domestic abuse.
Throughout the month of November, FNCB will be collecting basic needs items and
monetary donations at each of their 21 branches in Lackawanna, Luzerne, Wayne
and Monroe counties.
Items being collected include bath and body products (soap, lotions, toothpaste,
toothbrushes, shampoo, etc.), coloring books and crayons, hats/gloves, slippers,
socks, bathrobes, umbrellas and retail store gift cards.
The Women’s Resource Center seeks to respond to and actively change the
prevalence of domestic violence in our community. The Center provides victims of
domestic violence with shelter, clothing, food and supplies to help them get on
with their lives.
“For many years the Women’s Resource Center has been responding to the needs of
survivors of domestic violence in Northeastern Pennsylvania,” said assistant
vice-president/regional manager Madolyn MacArthur. “The services they provide
make a tremendous impact to victims and their families. We are proud to support
The support of the Women’s Resource Center 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
Members of FNCB’s Community Caring Team meet to plan the Women’s Resource Center
fundraiser. L-R: Peggy Hennemuth, Pam Phillips, Janice Zory, Linda Matylewicz,
Brenda Sacco, Diane Harcher, Elaine Davis, Joan Volz, Madolyn MacArthur and
Lauren Haraschak. Other committee members not pictured: Kelly Baldoni, Elizabeth
Benkoski, Tara Cobb, Carrie Sheffler, Dorothy Smith and Theresa Verdon