Eagle Bank Donates $300 to Junior Achievement

October 3, 2013
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On August 22, 2013, Christine Falzarano (pictured left), Vice President at Eagle Bank, presented Bonnie Day, Grant Writer for Junior Achievement of Northern New England, with a $300 contribution.  Junior Achievement, founded in 1919, is a world-wide organization that empowers young people to own their economic success through education that fosters financial literacy, workforce readiness, and entrepreneurship skills.  This will be the third year that Eagle Bank will offer the Junior Achievement’s Personal Finance curriculum at Everett High School.

For the 2012-2013 school year, Junior Achievement of Northern New England (JANNE) implemented 1,641 programs throughout 331 schools and after-school sites, reaching over 38,000 youth through the efforts of over 1,700 trained volunteers.   Serving students in nine Massachusetts counties and the entire state of New Hampshire, JANNE focuses on impacting “at risk” youth, and reaching optimal students within its territory.  All programs are provided at no cost to school and organizations.  JANNE is a non-profit 501(c) 3 charity and is supported by corporations, individuals, foundations and special events.

Eagle Bank, Everett’s first community bank founded in 1889, offers a wide range of retail consumer banking services, as well as a complete portfolio of commercial retail and lending products and services.  As a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Depositors Insurance Fund (DIF), depositors’ funds are fully insured.  For more information please call (800) BANK-EAGLE or visit us on the web at www.bankeagle.com.