Penn Community Bank’s ‘Click for a Cause’ Campaign Gives $30,000 to the Local Organizations You Chose

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Penn Community Bank Click for a Cause

Image via Penn Community Bank.

Will Kardi [center], Penn Community Bank New Hope Branch Manager, presents a check for $15,000 to the staff at the
Bucks County SPCA for their participation in the bank’s Click for a Cause online giving contest.

Penn Community Bank

Penn Community Bank, the largest mutual bank in eastern Pennsylvania, is pleased to announce $30,000 in nonprofit donations as part of its “Click for a Cause” social media and online community giving contest.

After more than 4,000 votes cast by members of the community on the bank’s website, Facebook, and Instagram, the results are:

Penn Community Bank is always looking for ways to partner with and support local organizations making a difference in our region. Click for a Cause was one way to bringing community members into our giving and learn more about these amazing nonprofits,” said Jeane M. Vidoni, President & CEO of Penn Community Bank.

“Thank you to the community for their votes and overwhelming response, and congratulations to all three nonprofits.

“Everyone is truly a winner today.”

About the participating organizations:

  • The Bucks County SPCA assists animals in need. It prevents suffering though rescue, rehoming, cruelty investigation and prosecution, and community outreach. It operates two open-admission, no-time-limit shelters in Lahaska and Quakertown.
    • The Bucks County SPCA also works to keep animals out of the shelter system by offering temporary boarding for pets referred by a social service agency during emergencies. Additional support comes from its donation of pet supplies to food pantries.
    • It is an independent, locally supported nonprofit, not part of a national organization or county government.
  • NOVA (Network Of Victim Assistance) supports, counsels and empowers victims of serious crimes in Bucks County.
    • Founded in 1974, NOVA provides direct support to victims of serious crimes, including sexual abuse and assault. These issues are handled through such programs as:
    • NOVA works to advance the rights of victims and prevent and eliminate violence in society through advocacy, training, community education, and prevention programs.
  • Livengrin Foundation was established in 1966 as one of the first non-hospital facilities in Pennsylvania to treat alcoholism.
    • The foundation has grown to encompass a network of drug and alcohol treatment centers in Bucks, Montgomery, Lehigh, and Philadelphia counties, including a 119-bed, 44-acre detox center in Bucks County.
    • With a medical staff of physicians, nurse practitioners and registered nurses trained and experienced in addiction treatment, Livengrin has helped more than 125,000 patients and families struggling with addiction find help, hope, and healing.

Photo Names and Titles

  • L to R, kneeling:
    • Morgan Van Zelst – BCSPCA Communications Coordinator
    • Linda Reider – BCSPCA Executive Director
    • Barb Ilsemann – BCSPCA Development Manager
  • L to R, standing:
    • Cindy Kelly – BCSPCA Director of Communications
    • Kate Hogan – BCSPCA Humane Law Enforcement Officer
    • Remmey Pucetas – BCSPCA Lead Animal & Customer Care Technician
    • Will Kadri – Penn Community Bank New Hope Branch Manager
    • Darley Digney – BCSPCA Director of Development
    • Amanda Brommer – BCSPCA Lahaska Shelter Director
    • Abby Goodson – BCSPCA Lahaska Shelter Supervisor

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