Shore United Bank donates cookbook proceeds

Shore United Bank sold cookbooks this year to raise money for GivingTuesday. The bank’s branches selected more than 20 organizations to donate the proceeds to.

CENTREVILLE — In the past few months, Shore United Bank employees have been selling Shore United Bank cookbooks to raise money to donate in honor of Giving Tuesday, which was on Dec. 3.

Giving Tuesday is a global giving movement, through which companies come together to give back to the communities they serve, a news release states.

Collectively, Shore United Bank will donate more than $7,000 to 23 nonprofit organizations. Each location choose a nonprofit organization to donate its cookbook proceeds to.

Those benefiting from this initiative include health and human service organizations, such as homeless shelters and food banks; youth and education organizations, such as schools and youth sports teams; and animal rescue organizations, such as shelters and clinics, according to the release.

“We are excited to be a part of the GivingTuesday initiative and even more proud of the employees for their hard work in selling the cookbooks,” said Deb Rich, chief marketing and project officer of Shore United Bank. “GivingTuesday is a great initiative that we encourage the public to participate in if they are able.”

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