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ACNB Helping Hands
We've been a part of this community for more than 160 years. Together we've weathered everything from economic booms and busts, to peace and unrest, to rapidly changing industries and technologies. One thing we know for sure is we are all stronger when we are committed to each other and lend a helping hand.
That's why ACNB Bank is proud to launch a special initiative - ACNB Helping Hands. This project was created in response to the COVID-19 crisis, to help our community at this challenging time.
"Staff members and board members affiliated with ACNB Bank have personally contributed more than $13,000 to this effort. Combined with ACNB Bank’s commitment of $40,000 in funding, along with the restaurant and catering partners preparing the meals, we are all coming together under difficult and demanding circumstances for each other and for the benefit of those in need within our local communities.”
- James P. Helt, ACNB Bank President & Chief Executive Officer
Helping Local Restaurants and People In Need
Together we are providing more than 1,500 meals
Locally owned restaurants make our communities unique and bring joy to many of us. But the restaurant community has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. That's why ACNB has made a core contribution to help local restaurant customers and those in need.
To kick off the program we've partnered with nine ACNB Bank food service customers to supply meals to community organizations in every region of the Bank. Not only is this a helping hand to our restaurant customers, it's a helping hand to local organizations who are also providing a helping hand.
So far we're proud to have partnered with The Altland House in Abbottstown, PA; Mamma’s Pizzeria and Ristorante in Biglerville, PA; CJ’s BBQ Smokehouse in Chambersburg, PA; and Maria & Sal’s Pizzeria in Fayetteville, PA. These meals are being donated to community organizations like the Gettysburg Community Soup Kitchen in Gettysburg, PA; Hanover Area Council of Churches in Hanover, PA; Our Daily Bread in York, PA; Franklin County Housing Authority, in Chambersburg and Waynesboro, PA; and Salvation Army in Chambersburg, PA.
A Team Full of Helping Hands
Thanks to the more than 100 employees and board members who contributed to our Helping Hands initiative. Together we contributed more than $13,000 to help others in our community. Combined with the Bank's contribution this has tremendous impact for our local businesses and neighbors.
Other Helping Hands Projects
Cards of Hope is Joy Delivered
This is a hard time to be away from family. When our team heard some local seniors were in need of a little cheer, they decided to make and send cards to long-term care facilities. Together we made more than 200 cards and delivered to local facilities and through meal distribution programs.
Personal Protective Equipment Donated to Local Healthcare Facilities
ACNB Bank recently donated personal protective equipment (PPE) to four healthcare facilities in the Bank’s market area in response to the unprecedented need during the global coronavirus pandemic.
“I could not be more proud of my colleagues and these local restaurants and caterers for their commitment and passion for this effort. Working together, we are serving our neighbors and supporting our communities during this critical time.”