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June 2018

NVE Bank Donates $1,000 to Office of Concern Food Pantry
Donation will fund the Pantry's "Project Product Protection"

Englewood, NJ, June 30, 2018 - NVE Bank made a $1,000 donation to the Office of Concern Food Pantry at St. Cecilia Church in Englewood to fund the Pantry's Product Protection initiative.  The donation will cover the cost of purchasing durable storage containers to ensure that the food products collected through donations are adequately stored and protected against heat and moisture.

"Through the years we have been fortunate to partner with the Office of Concern on food drive initiatives and our staff members volunteer every Thanksgiving at the Pantry", said Robert Rey, President & CEO of NVE Bank. "So we have witnessed firsthand the amazing work that these dedicated volunteers do to assist our neighbors in need.  We were grateful to have been able to purchase a new van for them several years ago, and are proud to further assist their efforts to help others through Project Product Protection".

NVE Bank, established in 1887, offers an extensive range of personal and business products and services. The Bank maintains 11 offices conveniently located throughout Bergen County. For more information, please call their toll-free number 1-866-NVEBANK (683-2265) or visit their website at www.nve.bank.

June 2018

NVE Bank Grants $1,000 Scholarships to 10 Bergen County Students
Bank Hosts 11th Annual Scholarship Ceremony for Students and Family

Englewood, NJ, June 19, 2018 - NVE Bank awarded a $1,000 Scholarship to ten area high school seniors at a reception hosted by the bank at its Englewood headquarters on June 19th. The scholarships are part of a program that has been offered by the Bank for the past eleven years, and extends to area middle schools, where seven graduating 8th grade students were selected to receive a $500 Savings Product Scholarship. Since the inception of the program, NVE Bank has awarded over $165,000 to deserving scholars in Bergen County.

NVE President & CEO Robert Rey presented the students with their scholarships at the reception, which was attended by NVE executives, members of the bank’s board of directors, school officials and student family members. "As a Mutual Bank, our focus is always on putting our customers and communities first" said Mr. Rey. “Reinvesting our financial and personal resources to make a difference in the towns we serve is the simply the right thing to do and our scholarship program is emblematic of that mission” he continued. "All of us at NVE salute our 2018 recipients and wish them well as they pursue their educational goals".

High School recipients included Haemi Lee – Leonia High School; Olivia Sher – Cresskill High School; Alyssa Mehl – Pascack Valley High School; Serena McKeon – Northern Valley Regional High School; Soo Hyum – Academies at Englewood; Candis Balkaran – Dwight Morrow High School; Chelse Salnave – Bergenfield High School; Jessica Perrone – New Milford High School; Patrick Williams – Teaneck High School and Miguel Angel Rosales Morales – Tenafly High School.

Middle School recipients included Robert Keating – Benjamin Franklin Middle School; Hannah Kim – Cresskill Middle School; Layla Williams – Thomas Jefferson Middle School; Nobonita Dimitra – Janis Dismus Middle School; Xavier Thompson – Leonia Middle School; Alyssa Fuld – David Owens Middle School; Marcelino Morales – Roy Brown Middle School.

NVE Bank, established in 1887, offers an extensive range of personal and business products and services. The Bank maintains 11 offices conveniently located throughout Bergen County. For more information, please call their toll-free number 1-866-NVE-BANK (683-2265) or visit their website at www.nve.bank.

March 2018

NVE Bank to Launch Breakfast Cereal Food Drive
Donations will benefit St. Cecilia’s Office of Concern Food Pantry

Englewood, NJ, March 26, 2018 - NVE Bank will launch a bank-wide Cereal food drive on April 2nd intended to benefit the families who rely upon the St. Cecilia Office of Concern Food Pantry. Staffed completely by volunteers, the Office of Concern Food Pantry located at 55 West Demarest Avenue in Englewood, supplies weekly groceries to over 800 families in Englewood and surrounding communities and is the largest single location food pantry in Bergen County. The food drive, part of the Office of Concern’s “Share Breakfast” program will help Pantry volunteers provide their clients with healthy and nutritious breakfast food choices. Donations of non-perishable breakfast food items will be accepted through Friday, April 20th at all of NVE’s 11 branches located throughout Bergen County.

“As a Mutual Bank, NVE has deep roots within the towns we serve and is committed to ensuring that our communities remain healthy and strong”, commented Robert Rey, President and CEO of NVE Bank. “Through our Cereal Food Drive, we hope to help the dedicated volunteers at the Office of Concern Food Pantry supply families in need with a nutritious meal to start the day.

NVE Bank, established in 1887, offers an extensive range of personal and business products and services. The Bank maintains 11 offices conveniently located throughout Bergen County. For more information, please call their toll-free number 1-866-NVEBANK (683-2265) or visit their website at www.nve.bank.

February 2018

NVE Bank Sponsors “Hip Hop Connections” at Dwight Morrow High School
Englewood Community Bank launches partnership with bergenPac to bring performing arts to local schools

Englewood, NJ, February 16, 2018 – As part of its longstanding community outreach commitment, NVE Bank has partnered with the Bergen Performing Arts center to bring live performing arts programs to local schools in Bergen County. Coordinated through bergenPac’s “Arts in Education” program, NVE will sponsor High School Assembly programs throughout 2018 in Englewood, Tenafly, Leonia, Teaneck, Cresskill, Bogota, Bergenfield, New Milford, Westwood and Closter. The programs will offer students the opportunity to interact with live performers, learn about issues that impact youth today and experience live theater in the comfort of their own school.

The program was launched on February 16th with a performance at Dwight Morrow High School by “Hip Hop Connections”, a New York City based Hip Hop group who engage and interact with students while teaching them about the history of Hip-Hop, its many elements and uplifting themes. Dwight Morrow students were brought onstage to improvise rap, learn Hip-Hop rhythms and try their hand at break dancing.

“Supporting arts education on a community level makes complete sense for a community bank like NVE Bank” said NVE President & CEO Robert Rey. “The arts are an essential element of education, just like basic curriculum, and play a critical role in stimulating creativity and developing vital communities”.


NVE Bank, established in 1887, offers an extensive range of personal and business products and services. The Bank maintains 11 offices conveniently located throughout Bergen County. For more information, please call their toll-free number 1-866-NVE-BANK (683-2265) or visit their website at www.nve.bank.

 

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