Elmwood Park, NJ, March 06, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Spencer Savings Bank, a community bank headquartered in Elmwood Park, N.J., recently partnered up with Eva’s Village to empower, mentor and prepare Eva’s Village clients for job success. The Paterson-based nonprofit works to break the cycle of poverty and addiction through a unique and integrated approach.
The volunteer-driven Workforce Development Program equips clients at Eva’s Village with the knowledge and tools necessary to successfully find a job. The program consists of one-on-one and group sessions, where volunteers work with clients and help them with a variety of job seeking tasks (completing job applications, writing resumes and cover letters, interviewing). A team of Spencer employees spent a morning with Eva’s clients conducting mock job interviews and providing feedback on their resumes.
“Eva’s Village is a wonderful nonprofit that really helps community members looking to change their lives around after experiencing some difficult times,” said Jose B. Guerrero, Chairman, President and CEO of Spencer. “We’re proud to continue to partner with them on their Workforce Development Program, a great initiative that helps community members re-enter the workforce after going through some personal struggle. To get back up on one’s feet is the real triumph, and we are proud to help.”
For more information on Eva’s Village and how you can assist them with their Workforce Development program, visit www.evasvillage.org. Visit Spencer Savings Bank to learn all about the many community-service initiatives the bank is currently involved with at www.spencersavings.com.
About Spencer Savings Bank:
Spencer Savings Bank, a community bank headquartered in Elmwood Park, NJ, has been serving its local communities with integrity and pride for more than 75 years. The bank, serving consumers and businesses, operates 21 branches throughout New Jersey.
About Eva’s Village:
The mission of Eva’s Village is to provide care and support for people who are struggling with poverty, hunger, homelessness, and addiction. Founded as a soup kitchen in 1982, Eva’s Village began by serving 30 meals a day to feed the hungry in Paterson. Over the years, Eva’s Village grew as programs and services were added to address the root causes of homelessness and poverty. Today, Eva’s Village offers a range of integrated programs to help those in need move toward recovery, stability, and independence.
For more information, contact:
Anita Guerrero (SSB): 201-703-3800 x 8421
VP, Corporate Communications Director