Covenant Bank Helps to Strengthen Communities with $400,000 in EITC Contributions

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Blair T. Rush, President and Chief Operating Officer of Covenant Bank, has announced that Covenant Bank has contributed $400,000 to deserving nonprofits located in Bucks, Montgomery, and Chester counties.

The bank has made these contributions through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program for almost 10 years. These funds have supported the Scholarship Organization, Educational Improvement Organization, and the Pre-Kindergarten Scholarship Organization categories.

“As a community bank, we feel strongly about supporting the people we serve,” said Rush. “Investing in the high-quality education programs available throughout Bucks, Montgomery, and Chester counties prepares our youth to play a key part in sustaining a thriving community in the future – it’s an investment with a wonderful return for years to come. We are so pleased to help in this meaningful way.”

Headquartered in Doylestown with an office in Paoli, Covenant Bank is a locally owned and operated commercial bank and provides banking services to businesses, municipalities, nonprofits, and individuals throughout Bucks, Montgomery, and Chester counties and the Greater Philadelphia region.

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