First Commonwealth Bank Makes EITC Gift to Benefit Lewisburg Students



(L to R) Jennifer Shabahang, Ashley Parrish, and Ann Glock.

July 13, 2020 - In March, The Green Dragon Foundation received a $1,000 gift from First Commonwealth Bank’s Ashley Parrish, Financial Solutions Center Manager. The gift was made through the state’s EITC program. On hand to receive the gift was Jennifer Shabahang, Vice President and Ann Glock, Executive Director of The Green Dragon Foundation.

Glock states, “We are grateful to First Commonwealth Bank for their support of LASD students through the EITC program. This year’s gift will go a long way to help provide Lewisburg students with unique hands-on learning experiences such as the Model UN (United Nations) Club and the district-wide STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art Math) program at Lewisburg Area High School.” She continues, “This support means so much for Lewisburg students and our community.”

Glock encourages EITC approved businesses to contact the Foundation about making a gift through the program to provide Lewisburg students with advanced and innovative opportunities. Call the Foundation at (570) 522-8433 or contact by email at [email protected].

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