Centreville Bank donates $450K to organizations in R.I. and Conn.

THE CENTREVILLE BANK Charitable Foundation recently donated $450,000 to 13 educational and charitable organizations in Rhode Island and Connecticut, including College Crusade in Providence. Pictured from left: Paola Fernandez, vice president of community development for Centreville Bank; Josh Corria, director of high school success for College Crusade; Andrew Bramson, CEO and president of College Crusade; Hal Horvat, board chairman, CEO and president of Centreville Bank; Edwin Pacheco, board chairman for College Crusade; and Ranika Reyes, director of middle school success for College Crusade. / COURTESY CENTREVILLE BANK
WEST WARWICK – The Centreville Bank Charitable Foundation recently donated $450,000 to 13 educational and charitable organizations in Rhode Island and Connecticut, according to a news release. More than half of the total funding, $250,000, will benefit College Crusade, a Providence nonprofit that helps low-income and first-generation college students prepare for and succeed in higher…

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