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PCSB Bank Announces $20,000 Donation to Girls Inc. Westchester

PCSB Bank has announced a donation of $20,000 to Girls Inc. Westchester to support the organization’s work to empower young girls to succeed and achieve healthy lives. This was the bank’s third installment in support of a successful program Girls Inc. has developed for girls at the Benjamin Turner Middle School in Mount Vernon. As a community-focused bank, PCSB has a proud history of utilizing its time and resources to improve the lives of people throughout the Lower Hudson Valley. Pictured (L to R): Michelle A. Nicholas, SVP, Chief Diversity Officer & Director of Community Development, PCSB Bank; Dr. Sharlise Smith-Rodriguez, Executive Director, Girls Inc.; Joseph D. Roberto, Chairman, President & CEO, PCSB Bank.

Photo Caption: PCSB Bank has announced a donation of $20,000 to Girls Inc. Westchester to support the organization’s work to empower young girls to succeed and achieve healthy lives. This was the bank’s third installment in support of a successful program Girls Inc. has developed for girls at the Benjamin Turner Middle School in Mount Vernon. As a community-focused bank, PCSB has a proud history of utilizing its time and resources to improve the lives of people throughout the Lower Hudson Valley. Pictured (L to R): Michelle A. Nicholas, SVP, Chief Diversity Officer & Director of Community Development, PCSB Bank; Dr. Sharlise Smith-Rodriguez, Executive Director, Girls Inc.; Joseph D. Roberto, Chairman, President & CEO, PCSB Bank.

“Through this significant donation, PCSB Bank is supporting a program that empowers girls during the middle school years, such a pivotal time in their development,” said Michelle A. Nicholas, Senior Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer and Director of Community Development, PCSB Bank. “This helps to position them to succeed in high school, assume leadership roles and one day advance to rewarding careers.”

Joseph D. Roberto, Chairman, President and CEO, PCSB Bank, added, “As a community-focused bank for more than 150 years, PCSB has a proud history of utilizing its time and resources to improve the lives of families in communities we serve. The multi-faceted Girls Inc. program provides direction, confidence and encouragement to young students, which will make a key difference in their lives and families for years to come.”

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