2013 April 4 by Brad Ogura
April 4, 2013 — From March 1st through April 5th, bankers in Washington will join together to make a difference for Northwest Harvest and thousands of hungry people in the community, filling a critical need during a season where many food banks find their shelves are far too empty.
The Bankers Care 2013 Spring Food Drive includes the participation of approximately 500 local bank branches across the region spanning from Everett to Olympia. The campaign builds on the individual efforts of many of the banks in their active fight against hunger, increasing the reach and impact by collectively helping the hungry in our communities.
Puget Sound Bank is proud to serve as a drop location for cash and non-perishable food items. Additional information can be found by following the link provided below.
2011 December 30 by Richard Lester
December 30, 2011 – At Puget Sound Bank, we genuinely care about the communities in which we live. As the year comes to a close, we want to take this time to honor some of the great causes Puget Sound Bank employees supported in 2011.
From “going to jail” for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, to serving on the board of the Boys & Girls Club of Bellevue, to working all year on the 36th Annual Hutch Holiday Gala, to travelling on a business exchange trip to India for the Bellevue Rotary Club, to packing food for Northwest Harvest; employees selflessly and repeatedly offered their time, talent, and money to serve others. For Puget Sound Bank, it’s simply the right thing to do. Here’s a small, and certainly not inclusive, list of some other non-profits we supported this year: Art with Heart, KITH, the American Cancer Society, UW Medical Center’s Team Transplant, Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, and Friends of Youth.
We invite you to reach out to your favorite non-profit this year! Thank you and Happy New Year from the team at Puget Sound Bank.