First County Bank Supports Greenwich United Way

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First County Bank Business Development Officer John Dowling, Greenwich United Way Fund Development Vice Chair Karen Keegan, United Way Board Chair Virginia Meyer, and First County Bank Assistant Vice President Jeffrey Robinson. Contributed photo

First County Bank has once again proved its commitment to the Greenwich United Way by donating to the annual fundraising campaign.

The Bank’s community-mindedness and generosity helps the United Way strengthen the entire system of local health and human services available to residents. The United Way provides funding for programs that strengthen children and families, support seniors, help residents to become self sufficient, and assist those in crisis during their time of need. In addition to its work identifying and meeting health and human service needs, it is the largest non-governmental source of funding for local health and human service programs.

“We are once again appreciative of this loyal support,” said Greenwich United Way President Stuart Adelberg in a release. “Thank you First County Bank for believing that a gift to the annual community-wide campaign is the most effective and efficient way to support critically needed local services, he added.”

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