The Madison Area YMCA is pleased to participate with Investors Bank in its Care2Share Affinity Program, a free service offered by Investors Bank that positions the Madison Area YMCA’s Annual Fund to receive quarterly donations from the bank’s profits, through individuals who link their Investors Bank accounts to the Madison Area YMCA. The Madison Area YMCA became enrolled in Care2Share when 10 people linked their Investors Bank accounts. After a successful roll out of the program to staff members at the Family Center and F. M. Kirby Children’s Center, Associate Aquatics Director Adam Volk became the 10th member to link his account which triggered the Y’s official status. “We are delighted to join with Investors Bank to provide a unique, meaningful opportunity for members, friends and staff to donate to our Y,” said Diane Mann, President & CEO of the Madison Area YMCA. “The wonderful part about Care2Share is that it doesn’t cost anything for our Y to join, and it doesn’t cost anything for members to link their bank accounts to us.“ As an enrolled member of Care2Share, the Madison Area YMCA will now receive quarterly donations generated through the program that are calculated based on the average balance members maintain in their Investors Bank personal checking and savings accounts. Customers simply link their eligible Investors Bank accounts to the Madison Area YMCA to be included in the program. All banking information and balances are kept confidential. Members of the community are highly encouraged to link their Investors Bank accounts or open a new Investors Bank account and link it to the Madison Area YMCA, a charity that provides membership, services, programs, summer camp, and high-quality childcare and early education programs to anyone who resides or works in the Madison, Chatham and Florham Park area. Investors Bank offers Care2Share to its customers that are 501(c)(3) non-profits. Donations are calculated at a rate of .25% on the average quarterly balance of all personal checking accounts linked to the non-profit. Personal savings accounts that are linked to the non-profit earn .15% on the average balances. Donation amounts are annualized and then issued to the nonprofit in quarterly increments. The community is invited to support the Madison Area YMCA through Care2Share by contacting Sharon Kunas, Senior Director of Organizational Advancement at the Madison Area YMCA at 973-822-9622 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Information about the program may also be obtained at any Investors Bank branch by visiting myinvestorsbank.com/care2share or by contacting the Investors’ Client Care Center at 855-iBank4U (422.6548). Investors Bank is a full-service community bank that has been serving customers since 1926, with $13.3 billion in assets and a network of 100 retail branches in New Jersey, New York City and Long Island. Investors Bank delivers personalized services and products tailored to the needs of its customers. Investors’ consumer banking services include complete deposit products, online banking, home equity loans and lines of credit as well as a full array of mortgage loans. Serving the business community, Investors provides deposit accounts, cash management services, business loans and lines of credit, and commercial real estate financing solutions to small and middle market companies, professional services firms, municipalities and other businesses. Investors Bank is a member of the FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.
Madison Area YMCA Joins Investors Bank Care2Share Affinity Program
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