Malvern Bank’s Annual Food Drive Results in 195-Pound Donation to West Chester Food Cupboard
Malvern Bank, National Association has donated 195 pounds of food – the result of the bank’s summer Food Drive – and a cash donation that matches the value of the food to the West Chester Food Cupboard.
From July through September, Malvern Bank collected non-perishable food items from customers and employees. Malvern Bank is actively involved in the communities it serves, which is the hallmark of a true community bank.
“Malvern Bank is proud to contribute to the West Chester Food Cupboard during this time of great need in our community,” said Anthony C. Weagley, Malvern Bank’s President and CEO. “The Food Cupboard is a volunteer-run organization that provides a vital service to residents in Chester County.”
The West Chester Food Cupboard is one of the largest hunger relief agencies in Chester County.
“Thanks to the generous support of the community and businesses like Malvern Bank, we served 626 households a month and provided 1.2 million pounds of food and personal care items to those in need during the past year,” said Joseph Fratinardo, the West Chester Food Cupboard’s Board President.
Volunteers and community support are the keys to helping the Food Cupboard fulfill its mission.
“Malvern Bank has supported the West Chester Food Cupboard’s mission for years, and we are so grateful for their support,” said Fratinardo. “We could not help those in need without the support of our local community and businesses.”
Click here to learn more about Malvern Bank, National Association.
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