FNB contributes $4,000 to Central Cambria through EITC donation

Courtesy photo Taking part in First National Bank’s check presentation to the Central Cambria Education Foundation at the new Route 22 Branch of FNB are (from left): Randy Seymour, CCEF president; Tricia McFadden, CCEF board member; Lisa Shirt, FNB branch manager II; and Curt Mellott, alumni director.

EBENSBURG — The Central Cambria Educa-tion Foundation is the recipient of a contribution of $4,000 from First National Bank of Penn-sylvania through the Edu-cational Improvement Tax Credit program.

This program allows certain Pennsylvania corporations to support educational improvement programs such as the ones supported by CCEF.

The foundation fills educational and funding gaps by supporting innovation, engaging communities and changing lives for the Central Cambria School District.

All funding comes from private contributions, corporate support, public matching funds, fundraising and endowments.

The opportunity to impact the future of children begins with actions we take now.

The theme of the CCEF 2019-20 fundraising campaign is “Supporting Tomorrow’s Generation by Paving the Road to Educational Excellence.”


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