Pictured (from left): Katelynn Ethier, Executive Director, The Wesley Foundation; Brooke Pancoe, Director of Human Resources, Arrow Financial Corporation, and United Methodist Health and Housing Board Member; Greg Dixon, Chief Development and Marketing Officer, The Wesley Community.”
As a part of the Arrow Family of Companies, Saratoga National Bank is invested in, and committed to, the communities it serves. The company believes that helping the organizations that make this region a great place to live and work is an important part of their mission and company culture. Saratoga National Bank supports local not-for-profits in many ways, including The Wesley Foundation, and graciously donated when asked to be a part of the Campaign for Springs with a multi-year $25,000 commitment to this important project.
With a mission “To strengthen financial lives within our communities through the power of care, capability, commitment and collaboration,” it is clear that Saratoga National Bank cares about the vital non-profit services provided by The Wesley Community.
“We are proud supporters of The Wesley Foundation’s Campaign for Springs, and we made our final pledge in late December. Our $25,000 total investment will assist in upgrading floors two, three and four of Wesley’s oldest nursing home building and renovating the Resident Activities room, ultimately providing premier long-term care experiences,” says David DeMarco, President and CEO.
With Saratoga National Bank’s support, as well as that of other generous donors, Wesley’s oldest nursing home building, the Springs, is set to become a modern and inviting home for its long-term care residents.
The Wesley Foundation thanks Saratoga National Bank and Trust Company for investing in the community by contributing to this campaign.