FNCB Bank Supports Local Groups

FNCB Bank recently donated $20,000 through the Pennsylvania Neighborhood Assistance Project Tax Credit Program to the Scranton-Lackawanna Human Development Agency for its Pre-Kindergarten Center of Excellence project. FNCB’s donation helped the SLHDA purchase the historic former Holy Rosary School in Scranton. The organization’s goal is to start offering in-person pre-school education services to children of low-income families this fall.

Shown from left: Katie Blake, SLHDACommunity Development Coordinator; Richard Drust, FNCB Bank Senior Vice President, Retail Banking Officer; Deb Kennedy, FNCB Bank Vice President, Retail Market Manager; Jim Wansacz, SLHDA Executive Director; and Jerry Champi, FNCB Bank President and CEO.


FNCB Bank presents a $10,000 Neighborhood Assistance Program donation to NeighborWorks Northeastern Pennsylvania for its Beautiful Blocks Program. Beautiful Blocks Program provides matching grants of up to $1,000 per property to groups of five or more Scranton residents to help them make exterior improvements to their homes.

From left: Stephanie Westington, FNCB Bank Senior Vice President, Controller; Jesse Ergott, NeighborWorks Northeastern Pennsylvania President & CEO, and Lisa Kinney, FNCB Bank Senior Vice President, Retail Lending Officer.


FNCB Bank, locally based since 1910, supports the United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania with a $1,000 donation to help them meet the needs of our local community.

United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania is one of the largest, and longest operating, nonprofit organizations in the region.  The agency’s purpose is to meet the needs of local low-income families, seniors, youth, and new immigrants while also empowering them to attain self-sufficiency. The donation 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 serve.

Pictured from left are: Lisa Durkin, United Neighborhood Centers President & CEO, and Michael Cummings, FNCB Bank Vice President, Marketing Manager.

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