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Blu Hangs Out with Friends at the Game
|Blu is with all his friends on the ice celebrating Tux's birthday.|
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HNB to Donate a Quarter Ton of Peanut Butter & Jelly to Local Food Banks
Honesdale, PA – On May 28, World Hunger Day, The Honesdale National Bank (HNB) and their new friend, Blu, concluded their “Spread Smiles with Sharing” campaign to drive donations of peanut butter and jelly to support the fight against hunger.
HNB’s eleven offices collected a total of 498 pounds of peanut butter and jelly, which will be donated to food pantries local to each office.
HNB’s community call-to-action was further encouraged by the Bank’s commitment to a matching monetary donation to the local food pantries for each pound of peanut butter and jelly collected. Local food pantries will receive a combined monetary donation of $498 from The Honesdale National Bank.
The “Spread Smiles with Sharing” campaign stemmed from HNB’s new friend, Blu, and his eagerness to teach HNB customers and the local area about money management through saving, spending, and sharing. The Bank’s campaign aimed to teach kids not only about saving money, but also about sharing money through community giving.
“HNB believes that some of the best investments we can make are in the communities we serve,” said HNB President & CEO David Raven. “Therefore, we’re committed to engaging younger generations about money management skills and how to use those practices to also help your local community.”