Monday Morning News: Hesed House Is Making A Difference

Last week, we were privileged to meet with some of the winners of our Make A Difference Day Challenge.

In Aurora, IL, we met with Mary Ensor, Division Director of Resources at the Hesed House and were honored to present her with a check for $1,000.

Hesed House is the largest homeless shelter in Illinois outside the city of Chicago. They do incredible work to not only meet the immediate needs of individuals and families, but also help them get back on their feet with training opportunities. We look forward to working more with Hesed House in the future.

Hesed House

Mary Ensor from Hesed House (middle) accepts a donation from Popular Community Bank’s Dennis Motyka (left) and Lorena Valencia (right).

We are still giving away one iPad Mini per day through Popular Online Banking. This giveaway ends this week, so be sure to enter soon! Click here for details and a list of winners.

Also, we are buying coffee in New York and California today and tomorrow. Click here for the locations where we’re paying for your morning cup.

To learn more about some great, free financial education opportunities taking place this week at our branches in New York and New Jersey, check out the Community page at PopularTips.com.

Finally, we continue accepting donations for a couple of our community partners in the areas of New York and New Jersey affected by Superstorm Sandy – the Food Bank For New York City and Salvation Army in New Jersey. Read here for more information about our efforts with these two great organizations.

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