Malvern Bank, National Association has donated a substantial amount of school supplies to the Domestic Violence Center of Chester County (DVCCC) as the culmination of its Back to School Drive.
The DVCCC is a charitable organization that supports the community by providing housing, counseling, and assistance with life skills to women (and their children) who have experienced domestic abuse. Its mission is to provide intervention, education, outreach, advocacy, and programs to prevent, reduce, and remedy domestic violence in Chester County.
During the month of August, Malvern Bank employees and customers collected new school supplies for children and families in need. Together, they collected basic school supplies – everything from crayons, pencils, colored pencils, scissors, and glue-sticks to backpacks, lunch boxes, and pencil boxes.
Malvern Bank, led by President and CEO Anthony C. Weagley, focuses on making an impact in the communities it serves.
Later this month, the bank’s charitable arm, the Malvern Federal Charitable Foundation, will award several grants to local nonprofits.
Click here to read more about Malvern Bank’s community involvement.
For more information or to find out how you can participate in future drives, please contact Patricia McLennan, Senior Vice President and Director of Community Development, at PMcLennan@MyMalvernBank.com.