Ion Bank News
Ion Bank News
February 5, 2020Ion Bank donates $650,000 to the Ion Bank Foundation.
Ion Bank announced today that it donated $650,000 to the Ion Bank Foundation at the end of 2019. The Bank recognizes how important it is to contribute to the betterment of the communities they serve by supporting the economic well-being and quality of life of local citizens. David Rotatori, Ion Bank's President and CEO said "2019 was another outstanding year for Ion Bank, Ion Insurance and Ion Investments. As we begin the celebration of our 150th year anniversary, we strive to help fill the needs in the communities we serve. We believe that reinvesting in our communities is one of our most important responsibilities and a fundamental part of our mission, for the past and next 150 years."
Foundation Executive Director, Kathleen McPadden added "This contribution further solidifies the bank's commitment to supporting area non-profit organizations. In turn, they help to improve and enrich the lives of citizen's in our communities."
About Ion Bank Ion Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ion Financial, MHC, has been serving customers throughout Connecticut since 1870. We are an independent community bank providing a full line of consumer and business products and financial services you need to achieve your financial goals. We are committed to helping customers as well as the community at large. Ion Bank is proud to support the local people and places that enrich all our lives.
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