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Marquette Bank Employees Hold a Warm and Fuzzy Drive to Help Neighbors in Need Neighborhood bank donates warm clothing and accessories to local organizations
Orland Park, IL (Feb. 10, 2014) –– Marquette Bank, a locally-owned neighborhood bank, recently gave back to those in need through its Neighborhood Warm and Fuzzy Drive, an employee-driven effort to help local organizations benefitting the less fortunate. Throughout January and February, almost 300 items were donated, including coats, gloves, hats, slippers, scarves, blankets, socks, robes and snow pants. “This winter’s record of below zero temperatures has proven how bitterly cold the Chicagoland area can get and. by providing warm clothing and accessories, we hope to make the winter season much more tolerable for the less fortunate and homeless,” Betty Kosky-Harn, Executive Vice President, said. “We would like to thank all of our employees who donated warm and fuzzy items for this great cause.” Below is a list of nonprofits that benefitted from Marquette Bank’s Neighborhood Warm and Fuzzy Drive:
The Neighborhood Warm and Fuzzy Drive is part of the Marquette Neighborhood Commitment where each quarter the bank focuses on a different area of need – shelter, hunger, education and health/wellness. For more information about Marquette Bank and its Neighborhood Commitment call 1-888-254-9500 or visit www.emarquettebank.com/neighborhood.
Photo Caption: Marquette Bank employee skate McLaughlin (left) and Joyce Latkowski (right) help sort and organize almost 300 items as part of Marquette Bank’s Neighborhood Warm and Fuzzy Drive benefitting the less fortunate in local neighborhoods.
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