Malvern Bank Continues to Support Local Nonprofits Through Its ATM Fee Revenue
Malvern Bank, National Association continues to donate its ATM fee revenue to local nonprofits.
ATM revenues for the quarter ended June 30 totaled $1,251. The nonprofits receiving donations for the quarter were:
- A Haven in Exton received $250 from the Paoli branch’s ATM receipts.
- The Lord’s Pantry in Downingtown received $250 from the Malvern branch’s ATM receipts.
- West Chester Food Cupboard received $250 from the Berwyn branch’s ATM receipts.
- Friends Association for the Care and Protection of Children in West Chester received $501 from the Downingtown/Lionville branch’s ATM receipts.
“At Malvern Bank, we are pleased to continue to support the needs of the local communities we serve,” said Anthony C. Weagley, Malvern Bank’s President and CEO. “Our communities are faced with ongoing pressures as the duration of the pandemic extends. Therefore, during these difficult times, it is important for all businesses and individuals to give back to organizations such as these to assist those in need. Through our Community Development effort, we work hard to always be a contributing member of the community.”
For more information about Malvern Bank’s ATM Donations or Malvern Bank’s Community Development program, please contact Pat McLennan, Senior Vice President/Director of Community Development, at PMcLennan@MyMalvernBank.com or by phone at 610-695-3681.
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