C&N is selling T-shirts to help feed the community through the local food banks and backpack programs. Each T-shirt sells for $28.99 with shipping and will provide nutritious food for a family of four for more than 18 days. To purchase a shirt, visit any C&N office or cnbankpa.com.
Each year through their Giving Back, Giving Together program, C&N partners with local organizations to provide support towards different causes impacting local communities. For 2020, GBGT turns its focus to fighting hunger.
Millions of people are now facing financial strain as a result of the economic impacts associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Many are now relying on food banks for sustenance. As consumer demand has placed constraints on supply chains, fewer donations are reaching the food banks, causing uncertainty for those who depend on them. Additionally, many volunteers who pack and distribute food are seniors who are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus.
Join C&N in this year’s quest to fight hunger through the support of 19 local food banks and backpack programs. Each C&N office is partnered directly with one of these local organizations, which means every dollar raised by Giving Back, Giving Together stays local and helps area residents. Here’s how you can help:
- Buy a T-shirt.
- Visit any C&N office.
- Go to cnbankpa.com.
- Donate now.
- Open C&N’s PeoplePay, Venmo, Paypal or GooglePay.
- Insert GBGT@cnbankpa.com as the recipient and the amount you wish to donate.
- Share and Like C&N’s #GivingBackGivingTogether Facebook posts and we’ll donate $1 for every like, share and comment.
- Spread the word. Oftentimes, the best way to support a cause is to raise awareness. Word of mouth is often the most powerful way to get others involved.
C&N’s Giving Back, Giving Together community fundraising campaign was formed in March 2015. C&N teammates believed that they could make a positive and lasting impact on local communities by supporting a specific cause each year. In all, team members have raised $370,929 in monetary donations, collected 28,622 item donations and volunteered 907 hours.