Fairfield, NJ (PRWEB) May 03, 2017
The Kearny Bank Charitable Foundation proudly granted the Lupus Foundation of America, New Jersey Chapter, a $7,500 check to help support its mission - enriching and improving the quality of life for individuals and families affected by lupus. The check was presented by Craig Montanaro, President & CEO of Kearny Bank and Grace Cruz-Beyer, First Vice President/PRM.
"Lupus is a very complex disease. Fighting it requires public support, research, awareness and last but not least - generosity of our supporters," Monica Smith, Director of Development, Lupus Foundation of America, Northeast Region said. "Knowing first-hand the tragic aspect of this vicious disease and its effect on individuals and their families, we gladly joined the fight," Craig Montanaro, President & CEO of Kearny Bank added.
The Lupus Foundation of America, New Jersey Chapter, Inc. is part of a national force devoted to solving the mystery of lupus while providing caring support to those who suffer from its brutal impact. Today, LFANJ provides services to more than 4,000 individuals a year. To learn more about LFANJ visit http://www.lupus.org/newjersey.
The Kearny Bank Charitable Foundation is an arm of Kearny Bank. The foundation’s support is focused on community development and basic human needs.
Kearny Bank, a federally-chartered stock savings bank, has supported the communities it serves since 1884. The Bank has assets of $ 4.8 billion and operates 42 full-service banking offices in Northern and Central New Jersey and Brooklyn and Staten Island, New York.
Enclosed Photo (left to right): Grace Cruz-Beyer, First Vice President/PRM, Kearny Bank; Erica Needham-Errico, Lupus patient & LFANJ advocate; Monica Smith, Director of Development, Lupus Foundation of America, Northeast Region; James Errico, LFANJ advocate; Craig Montanaro, President & CEO, Kearny Bank.