Tis the Season for Giving

Escondido Giving Campaign

Escondido Office – Poster art provided by Layla Acord

This holiday season, Regents Bank hosted a Salvation Army Angel Giving Tree on Display in each of our San Diego County offices to help needy children in our communities experience the joy of the holiday season. Many of these children may otherwise go without gifts or food during the holidays.  Our combined efforts yielded over 20 overflowing boxes of food, toys and clothes. Regents Bank President Steve Sefton sits on the Salvation Army Metropolitan Advisory Board and their Program Committee.

La Jolla Salvation Army Giving Campaign

La Jolla Office

Downtown SD Giving Campaign

Downtown San Diego Office

Holiday drive Vista

Vista Office

Our Vancouver office hosted a food drive for their community and partnered with Clark County Food Bank. Their office also sponsored the 12th annual Youth Partnership Luncheon for the Boys & Girls Club of Southwest Washington.

We’d like to thank all of our employees who helped brighten the holidays for others, and express our admiration and gratitude to all of our clients and friends who contributed to our giving efforts.

As you wrap up your work days and settle in with family and friends for the holidays, we’d like to leave you with these seasonal thoughts:

What a magical time of the year – a month in which so many people and cultures have special days to celebrate.

It’s a time when we decorate our homes, our storefronts and our offices,

A time when we share gifts and traditions,

A time when we reach out to those less fortunate,

A time to gather with friends and family,

And a time when we reflect on the year past and welcome in the one ahead.

As you celebrate the season, all of us at Regents Bank wish you peace, joy and laughter.


Posted on December 22, 2014, in Charitable Involvement. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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