May 05, 2015

Boys & Girls Club of Allentown

The Provident Bank Foundation , which supports organizations that are dedicated to improving the lives of residents in the communities served by Provident Bank, has provided the Boys & Girls Club of Allentown (BGCA) with a $2,500 community grant to support the North Sixth Street Club’s Literacy 4 R Youth after-school program. Literacy 4 R Youth provides disadvantaged youth, ages 5-12 with comprehensive programming designed to help develop their literacy skills and computer skills. The Literacy 4 R Youth Program is offered year round for all members of BGCA. Literacy 4 R Youth provides an engaging and structured after school activity for the members that correlates with and reinforces continued advancement in the areas of reading. Read More

May 05, 2015

Haven House

The Provident Bank Foundation , which supports organizations that are dedicated to improving the lives of residents in the communities served by Provident Bank, has provided Haven House with a $3,000 community grant to support the renovations of the kitchen at the community mental health clinic into a full cooking kitchen to provide free fresh hot meals for clients attending the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services day program. Currently, the kitchen is only equipped with crock pots, a microwave and hot dog turner. The kitchen completion involves purchase/installation of a commercial stove, fire suppression and hood system, and kitchen equipment such as pots, pans, safety attire, and coffee makers. Haven House clients are low-income, ages 18 and up, with a severe and chronic mental illness. Haven House provides free lunch to 35-50 clients per day. Clients are taught independent living skills, with instruction in meal preparation, safety, and nutrition. Read More

May 05, 2015

Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem

The Provident Bank Foundation , which supports organizations that are dedicated to improving the lives of residents in the communities served by Provident Bank, has provided the Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem with a $2,500 community grant to support the Club’s Project Learn after-school program for youth of all ages. Project Learn helps drive and enhance academic success for youth. Components of this program include: daily homework help for club members, individual or small-group tutoring to help youth gain proficiency in needed subject areas, regular implementation of high-yield learning activities (HYLAs), in which youth participate in fun, intentional activities designed to expose young people to skills and information needed for school success, school-club-family partnerships to support youth academically and recognizing all members for their academic achievements. Read More

April 15, 2015

Provident Bank Foundation Makes NicView Cameras Possible

Provident Bank Foundation Makes NicView Cameras Possible read more

March 24, 2015

Premiere Stages Offers Innovative Playwriting Residency

Premiere Stages Offers Innovative Playwriting Residency Read More

The Provident Bank Foundation 2013 Annual Report

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The Provident Bank Foundation 2011 Annual Report

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The Provident Bank Foundation 2010 Annual Report

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