Bank Donates $14,400 To Japan

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FAIR LAWN – Through the humanitarian efforts of their employees, Columbia Bank has raised $14,400 in support of Japan’s Earthquake and Tsunami Relief efforts. The relief funds were donated directly to the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army and Save the Children charities.

“As a true community bank, we believe in helping others, especially when a catastrophic event like this occurs,” said Raymond Hallock, Columbia’s president and chief executive officer. “It is our sincere hope that our donation will help with the rebuilding efforts.”


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