RSI Bank donates to Woodbridge organizations

February 23, 2021

RSI Bank recently made donations totaling $20,000 to organizations that improve the quality of life for Woodbridge residents and support the business community. RSI Bank's annual charitable contributions are made to local food pantries and soup kitchens, public safety and emergency services, wellness initiatives, education, and the arts. 

In February 2021, RSI Bank donated $2,500 to the Woodbridge Cultural Arts Commission for educational programs, lectures, and events at the Barron Arts Center, $5,000 to Colonia Fire Department for youth fire safety training, $1,000 to Woodbridge Public Library for summer reading programs, $3,000 to the Woodbridge Chamber of Commerce for general operations, and $1,000 to the Woodbridge Community Charity Fund. In January, RSI donated $7,500 to We Feed Woodbridge to support a network of 11 local food pantries.

Four people are holding a large promotional check. The check is written out to Cultural Arts Commission - Barron Arts Center in the amount of $2,500.
Barron Arts Center: Mike Ronan (VP/Commercial Loan Manager), Dolores Gioffre (Barron Arts Center Board Chair), Cynthia Knight (Barron Arts Center Director) and Amy Krysienski (Business Development Officer)

Three people are standing holding a large presentation check written to Colonia Fire Department in the amount of $5,000.
Colonia Fire Department: Frank Polizzi (Fire Chief), Amy Krysienski (Business Development Officer) and Randy Garrett (President)

Two people are holding a large presentation check written out to Woodbridge Public Library in the amount of $1,000. They are standing in the library.
Woodbridge Public Library: Monica Eppinger (Library Director) and Amy Krysienski (Business Development Officer)

Four people are holding a large promotional check. The check is written out to Woodbridge Chamber of Commerce in the amount of $3,000.
Woodbridge Chamber of Commerce: Karen Barnes (WCC President), Nancy Drumm (WCC Membership Director), Amy Krysienski (Business Development Officer), Danielle Wray (Residential Loan Officer)

Five people are holding a large presentation check that is written out to Woodbridge Community Charity Fund in the amount of $1,000.
Woodbridge Community Charity Fund: Danielle Wray (Residential Loan Officer), Amy Krysienski (Business Development Officer), Mayor John E. McCormac, Caroline Ehrlich (Woodbridge Township Chief of Staff), and Vito Cimilluca (Woodbridge Business Administrator).