Country Bank’s motto “Here you’re family” resonated strongly with all attendees of the United Hebrew of New Rochelle autumn gala fundraiser on Oct. 4 at the Glen Island Harbor Club. The nonprofit organization has provided services and health care to aging seniors since its founding 99 years ago. Country Bank donated a check for $7,000 to ensure the nonprofit’s programs continue well into the future.

“Supporting organizations and causes that strengthen the communities we serve is part of our DNA,” said Carolyn T. Murphy, Country Bank vice president and CEO of marketing. “Our communities are an extended part of our families, and we are grateful to the heroic work achieved by United Hebrew — as are the countless families whose loved ones have benefited from their rehabilitation and aging care services — in its 99 years of operation. We hope to feel their positive influence for another 99 to come.”

After cocktails, a buffet dinner and entertainment, an awards ceremony was held honoring four health care leaders. Proceeds from the fundraising gala will support life-enriching activities, therapies and recreational programs for residents across the organization’s 7.5 acre campus.

Founded in 1988, Country Bank is a FDIC-insured, full service commercial bank offering products and services for commercial banking and lending customers, small business customers and individual consumers serving the New York City metro area, New York State, New Jersey and Connecticut.

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