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As a local community bank, we at CNB are committed to serving the continued growth and well-being of the areas in which we operate. Community involvement for us goes well beyond our mission to offer high-quality banking products and services — charity, after all, begins at home, and our home is right where you live.
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Making Desserts for a Great Cause-CNB Bank
Clearfield, PA--July 9, 2016
Saturday, July 9th some of the staff from the Old Town Road branch at CNB helped raise funds for A-T Children's Project for the Team Emmy Benefit by making desserts for the benefit dinner. Overall, they helped raise over $10, 500.00! All proceeds will go to research to find a cure for Ataxia Telangietasia and help kids like Emmy to have a better life. Team Emmy is a group raising money for a cure for this rare debilitating genetic disease.
SAVE LIFE-GIVE BLOOD--CNB BANK
Clearfield, PA--June 27, 2016
It was a beautiful day for a blood drive! CNB Bank partnered with the American Red Cross to hold a community blood drive. Thanks to our Loan Department for putting it all together and promoting the event. It was a successful day having over 25 donors donate which included our community members and also staff.
CNB Bank Employees-Volunteering For A Cause
Clearfield, PA--June 4, 2016
The Old Town Road office of CNB Bank participated in the Relay for Life that took place at the Clearfield Driving Park June 4, 2016. Relay for Life is a community event in which anyone can participate in. It is a relay walk or run to help raise funds for Cancer Research. Kim Fleming, Chelsea Ryen, Kandi Steiner, Sue Barr and Kristina Ricotta all volunteerd by donating jewelry, selling raffle tickets, walking and having a CNB Bank booth set up for the duration of the relay.
Beautification of Downtown Clearfield-CNB Bank Employees Get Their Hands Dirty
Clearfield, PA-- May 14, 2016
Employees and their families from the CNB Main office partnered with the Clearfield Revitalization Corporation to help with Beautification Day! Together they weeded and mulched several tree boxes and swept the sidewalks in downtown Clearfield.
CNB Bank Employees Raise Thousands By Dressing Down
Clearfield, PA – January 13, 2016
CNB Bank employees dressed in casual attire on five different occasions throughout the year in exchange for a donation to a designated charitable organization. Collectively the program, now in its eighth year, raised more than $4,900 in 2015 alone. The funds were donated to the American Heart Association, American Red Cross, American Cancer Society, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and The Salvation Army.
Each “Casual for a Cause” day had a different theme: National Wear Red Day in support of women’s heart disease; Fight Cancer Day, where employees wore purple to inspire hope, or their favorite superhero shirt; Luau Day; The Hunter or the Hunted Day brought employees to work wearing camouflage or animal print; and Holiday Sweater/Sweatshirt Day. Bank employees enthusiastically participated in each occasion.
“This program is a win-win for the dedicated men and women who work in our offices,” explained Joseph B. Bower, Jr., President and CEO of CNB. “They get a chance to dress comfortably in jeans and casual shirts while raising money for organizations that matter to them. It’s a program our people enjoy participating in and we are proud of the results.”
The Human Resources department has already announced five Casual for a Cause dates and recipient charities for 2016. “We continually raise more each year and we anticipate easily exceeding $5,000 in 2016,” stated Mr. Bower.
Based on strong, traditional values, CNB Bank is dedicated to being the premier financial services provider in the area, focused on the changing needs of people and business in our communities by providing the highest quality service.
2014 and 2015 Community Involvement Stories