DNB makes donation to support local veterans

From left to right: James T. Amato, LSW Secretary, Catholic Human Services Archdiocese of Philadelphia; Vince Liuzzi, Chief Banking Officer, DNB First; Vernon Fountain, US Army Veteran; Geoffrey Hurnyak, USN Ret. Program Manager, Veterans Multi Service Center; Amy Stoner, Director of Catholic Social Services, Archdiocese of Philadelphia; Ed Lis, Director of Mission Integration & Communications, Archdiocese of Philadelphia

DNB First donated $3,000 to Operating Base Cecilia as part of their ongoing dedication to helping veterans. The check was presented to program representatives Geoff Hurnyak of Veterans Multi-Service Center and Amy Stoner of Catholic Social Services at the facility headquartered in Coatesville, PA, by Vince Liuzzi, Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer of DNB First. James Amato, Secretary for Catholic Human Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, was also in attendance.

The donation was part of the bank’s VA Loan promotion, an exclusive mortgage product just for veterans, active military personnel, select reservists and National Guard members, to help veterans realize the dream of homeownership. As part of the promotion, DNB First pledged to contribute $100 to Operating Base Cecilia for every mortgage application received throughout the month of November.

“We recognize and appreciate the contributions and sacrifices of the veterans in our community,” said Mr. Liuzzi. “DNB First is proud to support Operating Base Cecilia and the critical services the organization provides to deserving veterans and their families.”

Operating Base Cecilia, an outreach of Veterans Multi-Service Center and Catholic Social Services, serves veteran families in the Chester, Montgomery, Bucks and Delaware County areas. The organization provides supportive services for Veteran families, access to emergency food and clothing, employment application assistance, training courses, personal life skill courses and more.

“This contribution will help ensure that veterans and their families have access to additional services and support,” said Amy Stoner. “We are grateful to DNB First for their partnership with us in assisting veterans, and are honored to receive this generous donation.”

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