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TD Bank raises $3,671 through ‘Coins for Caring’ for Georgetown County United Way

  • Saturday, December 28, 2013

  • Updated Wednesday, January 1, 2014 1:13 am

TD Bank employees present Georgetown County United Way with the funds raised for Front Street Fire Relief through the bank’s Coins for Caring program. Pictured, from left, Kim Sauls, TD Bank; Naomi Alston, TD Bank; Pat Strickland, Georgetown United Way; Lee Maxwell, TD Bank; Christie Lucas, TD Bank.

TD Bank recently donated $3,671 to the Georgetown County United Way for its Front Street fire relief initiatives.

Funds were collected through the bank’s “Coins for Caring” program, which allowed customers and non-customers to contribute loose change through the bank’s Penny Arcade coin counting machines.

“TD Bank is proud to be able to give back to the rebuilding efforts in downtown Georgetown through this contribution, and we are grateful to our customers and community members who banded together to donate,” said Scott Sharp, North Coast Regional vice president, TD Bank.

In addition to the funds donated through the Penny Arcade coin counting machines at TD Bank locations in Georgetown, Pawleys Island and Andrews, TD Bank gave $1,500 to the relief efforts.

To learn more about the United Way’s efforts and how to help, visit www.gcuw.org.


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