Pub. 4 2022 Issue 9

The Dime Bank Donates to the YMCA Project

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Hometown Banker Pub 4 2022 Issue 9

The Dime Bank announced on December 14 that it had donated $124,250.00 to the YMCA Project through the Department of Community and Economic Development under the Neighborhood Assistance Program Tax Credit Program.

The Wayne County YMCA has outgrown the current historical building and needs a new facility as the current facility is becoming too costly to operate.

The Dime Bank believes in supporting our community by partnering with many non-profits. Chief Financial Officer Jeffrey Roche stated, “The Dime Bank aspires to be an integral part of the neighborhoods that we service and where our customers and employees work, raise their families, and live. We are proud to help create a modern, state-of-the-art facility for everyone to enjoy.”

“A community project of this size and scope would not be possible without the support of The Dime Bank. Their donation of $124,250 will enable us to complete Phase 1 of this project which includes the development and completion of engineering/design work, site development plans, sewage design, and various permits. We thank The Dime Bank for their commitment and participation in this critical community project,” stated YMCA Board President Jennifer DeYoung.

Since 1905, The Dime Bank, Member FDIC, has been making a difference in the lives of those they touch by helping generations of customers realize their goals and dreams. With nine branches in Wayne, Pike, and Lackawanna Counties, The Dime Bank offers you better banking, in person and online. Community banking yields community benefits. For more information on The Dime Bank, visit, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn.

Pictured: Those in the photo representing the YMCA are Board Member Pete Casazza; Board President Jennifer DeYoung; Executive Director Tina Hoehn; Trustees Mike Silsby and Joe Gombita. Representing The Dime Bank are Chief Lending Officer Bill Boyle and Chief Financial Officer Jeffrey Roche.