The bank has worked hard to develop a deeper understanding of what it can do to give back. It has been working to support the Community Soup Kitchen’s mission to feed the homeless of Morris County, N.J. The bank also supported the “Gloves, Scarves, Hats, and Socks Drive,” managed by the Community Soup Kitchen.
The drive was held at Malvern Bank’s Financial Center office located at 163 Madison Avenue in Morristown. The bank’s employees donated winter clothing items, as did the employees of other companies with offices at 163 Madison Avenue.
Malvern Bank also organized a gift drive for the residents of Melmark in Berwyn. Melmark provides residential, educational, and therapeutic services for children and adults with autism, intellectual disabilities, brain injuries, and other neurological and genetic diagnoses.
The bank raised enough money to provide gifts and fulfill the wish lists of 100 residents. The bank’s employees volunteered to wrap and deliver their gifts under the Christmas trees at each of the residences, thus making countless Christmas wishes come true.
“I believe giving back is a positive message during the holidays, as we as an organization have impacted so many lives through our contributions and are more than a bank to our local communities,” said Anthony C. Weagley, President and CEO of Malvern Bank, National Association. “As individuals, we should continue to give back, volunteer, and acknowledge that we can do a little bit more on a personal level.”
Throughout the year, Malvern Bank, National Association has been loyal to the hallmark of a community bank, as its staff members are actively involved in bettering the communities they serve, with the bank readily supporting their efforts.
Malvern Bank established a Community Development division in 2018 to focus on bringing businesses a wide variety of tailored products and services that meet their needs. Stop into one of the bank’s convenient Financial Centers to learn more.