Finishing the Year with Charity Drives

Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Salvation Army Angel Tree drive at our San Diego County offices and the Clark County Food Bank drive at our Vancouver, Washington office. The food drive collected 170 pounds of food, and the photos below of our Salvation Army Angel Tree drive speak for themselves. Remarkably, one of our clients contributed $2,000 through our Escondido office to the Angel Tree drive. We are truly grateful to every person who opened their hearts and their wallets to assist those in our community who needed a helping hand this holiday season.


Regents Bank Escondido office (l to r): Taryn Diehl, Mark Fisher, Loretta Warner, Bill Scheffel, Mark Anderson, Alice Tiongco, Melissa Scanlon, David Ekings


Regents Bank Vista office


Regents Bank San Diego office


Regents Bank La Jolla office

Our staff also spent time ringing the bell for Salvation Army Red Kettle drives throughout San Diego County and Vancouver, WA


Regents Bank President Steve Sefton was bell ringing at the Ralph’s in La Jolla


Jesse Murphy-Hill ringing the red kettle bell in Vancouver


From left to right, Melissa and Kelsey Scanlon, Brenya Tiongco, Taryn and her daughters Layla and Trinity working the red kettle in Escondido

Finally, we’re always proud to support Friends of Downtown, and our Senior Vice President Ben Price recently attended their annual Scholarship Luncheon to help present scholarship money the organization raised for San Diego City College students.



2016 San Diego City College Scholarship Recipients and Friends of Downtown Presenters. Ben Price (far right corner)

For more photos of the Friends of Downtown Luncheon at City College:


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Posted on January 25, 2017, in Charitable Involvement and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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