First Citizens Bank is contributing $200,000 to nonprofit organizations providing housing relief and other essential assistance in areas impacted by the recent Hawaii wildfires.
“First Citizens has a long and proud history of supporting nonprofit organizations that help communities where our associates and customers live and work,” Patrick Noble, business services executive of the bank’s Honolulu and Maui, HI, markets and community association banking division, said. “We’re pleased to invest in the critical programming and relief services provided by these Maui-based nonprofits that are essential to aiding individuals displaced and uprooted by this catastrophic and devastating natural disaster.”
The nonprofit organizations receiving support from First Citizens include:
“The important contributions of these nonprofit organizations substantially benefit residents in Maui whose lives were severely impacted by the recent Hawaii wildfires,” Mike Atkinson, senior director of community development at First Citizens Bank, said. “First Citizens is proud to support the influential efforts of these nonprofits and contribute to the positive change they drive in our communities.”
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