William Penn Bank announced their support of Freedom Neighborhood One and the CAPPA (Community Alliance for Progressive Positive Action) Project with a charitable donation.

The donation will provide support for their Academic Enrichment Program, which provides services such as highly qualified tutors, daily homework assistance, individualized adaptive learning, and more to students in grades K through 5 from the Bristol Township School District.

“We are very pleased to have the opportunity to support this great organization and their commitment to the youth of our community,” said Jeannine Cimino, Executive Vice President and Chief Retail Officer of William Penn Bank.

“On behalf of Freedom Neighborhood One and CAPPA we thank William Penn Bank for supporting our vision and investing in shaping tomorrow’s leaders today. We are all excited for the anticipated outcomes for Bristol Township youth and families,” said Loni Gamble, Director Implementation/Replication, CAPPA Project.

CAPPA’s Open House to kick off their Academic Enrichment Program will be held on Sunday, August 8th from 1-6 PM at 1248 Schumacher Drive, Bristol, PA 19007. For more information, call Freedom Neighborhood One at 267-206-8238 or email cappaproject@gmail.com.

About William Penn Bank

William Penn Bank, headquartered in Bristol, Pennsylvania, serves the Delaware Valley area through eleven full-service branch offices in Bucks County and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Burlington and Camden Counties in New Jersey. The Company’s executive offices are located at 10 Canal Street, Suite 104, Bristol, Pennsylvania 19007. William Penn Bank’s deposits are insured up to the legal maximum (generally $250,000 per depositor) by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The primary federal regulator for William Penn Bank is the FDIC. For more information about the Bank and William Penn, please visit www.williampenn.bank.