First County Bank supports United Way mission

Greenwich United Way 2012-2013 Campaign Co-chairs Patricia and Barrett Burns flank Jeffrey Robinson, at second left, assistant vice president and branch manager of the Mason Street location and John Dowling, First County Bank assistant vice president and business development officer.

Greenwich United Way 2012-2013 Campaign Co-chairs Patricia and Barrett Burns flank Jeffrey Robinson, at second left, assistant vice president and branch manager of the Mason Street location and John Dowling, First County Bank assistant vice president and business development officer.

The First County Bank Foundation, a long-standing supporter of the Greenwich United Way, has contributed $2,500 to the 2012-2013 campaign, which is raising funds to support the most critically needed programs and services in the community.

According to United Way Campaign co-chairs Patricia and Barrett Burns, First County Bank’s grant will help further the organization’s work “fostering self sufficiency and community and economic development.”

Aside from being a leader of local community planning efforts for the town, the Greenwich United Way is the largest non-governmental source of funding for local health and human services.

Each year, more than 650 United Way volunteers research local needs, coordinate the delivery of services, and raise funds in a town-wide campaign to provide much needed support for local programs provided by its partner agencies.

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