Twomey Latham and SCNB Raise $10,000 for East End Food Pantries

CharitableGivingAward1-16-13Twomey Latham and Suffolk County National Bank conducted a joint Holiday Charitable Giving Campaign in December that incorporated several fundraising events that were attended by members of the law firm, bank staff and the public. Supported by the generous donations and contributions of numerous East End businesses, the net amount raised was $10,000. At a luncheon held on January 16, 2013, Twomey Latham and SCNB awarded $2,000 to each of the following five food pantries: Long Island Council of Churches Food Pantry in Riverhead, Open Arms Care Center Food Pantry in Riverhead, Community Action Southold Town (CAST) Food Pantry in Greenport, Human Resources of the Hamptons Food Pantry in Southampton and Springs Food Pantry in East Hampton.

CharitableGivingAward1-16-13Pictured from left to right:
Charlene Cheshire, Co-Chairman,TLSKDQ Charitable Giving Committee;
Christopher Kelley, Partner, TLSKDQ; David Dubin, Partner, TLSKDQ;
Howard Bluver, President, SCNB; Maryann Tupper, Ex. Director, Human Resources of the Hamptons;
Zona Stroy, Chairman, Open Arms Care Center; Sarah Benjamin, Ex. Director, CAST;
Carolyn Gumbs, Manager, L.I. Council of Churches; Pastor Tony Larson, Springs Community Presbyterian Church