In celebration of National Good Neighbor Day on September 28, Community Bank continued its six-year tradition of making donations to local causes and organizations across its four-state footprint, reinforcing its commitment to having a positive impact in the communities it serves.
CEO Mark Tryniski emphasized the importance of the day for the bank, symbolizing its priority of being a good neighbor and helping build thriving communities where their customers and team members reside. “It’s about making a difference and helping one cause, one person, one community at a time—together,” said Tryniski.
This year, two branches of Community Bank have decided to support different local organizations. The Canandaigua branch is making a contribution of $250 to the Friendship House of Middlesex Food Pantry. Concurrently, the Penn Yan branch has chosen to donate $250 to the Veterans One Stop Center of WNY, Inc. This donation will specifically assist the “We Are Dwyer” program in Yates County.
Community Bank’s contributions on National Good Neighbor Day represent its ongoing commitment to fostering strong, flourishing communities by supporting organizations and causes that make a significant impact at the local level. The bank’s branches independently decide on which local entities to support, ensuring that the contributions are directed towards initiatives that are close to home and resonate with the communities they serve.
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