BankRI celebrates 20th year of Holiday Giving Tree program

FOR THE 20TH YEAR, Bank Rhode Island’s annual Holiday Giving Tree program has helped to brighten the season for underprivileged children, providing more than 1,500 gifts to kids across the state. The bank’s West Shore Road branch in Warwick led the charge, collecting 296 gifts for children served by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick. From left: Monique Rossi, Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick; Lori Lepizzera, Buttonwoods assistant branch manager, BankRI; Alexander Jackson, universal banker, BankRI; Ashley Wilson, senior teller, BankRI; Paula Pratt, Buttonwoods branch manager, BankRI; Christopher Metcalf, teller supervisor, BankRI; and Nicole Spirito, Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick, with gifts earmarked for local children. / COURTESY BANK RHODE ISLAND
FOR THE 20TH YEAR, Bank Rhode Island’s annual Holiday Giving Tree program has helped to brighten the season for underprivileged children, providing more than 1,500 gifts to kids across the state. The bank’s West Shore Road branch in Warwick led the charge, collecting 296 gifts for children served by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick. From left: Monique Rossi, Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick; Lori Lepizzera, Buttonwoods assistant branch manager, BankRI; Alexander Jackson, universal banker, BankRI; Ashley Wilson, senior teller, BankRI; Paula Pratt, Buttonwoods branch manager, BankRI; Christopher Metcalf, teller supervisor, BankRI; and Nicole Spirito, Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick, with gifts earmarked for local children. / COURTESY BANK RHODE ISLAND
PROVIDENCE – This year Bank Rhode Island celebrated the 20th anniversary of its Holiday Giving Tree program by donating more than 1,500 gifts to local children in need. Mark J. Meiklejohn, president and CEO of BankRI, said in a statement, the institution is “extremely grateful” to those who participated and made someone else’s holiday brighter.…
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