We are hosting a Community Conversation
Updated on 4.10.20 : 3:15pm
Our first conversation is at capacity. A second conversation has been scheduled:
2nd Event Date: Thursday, April 23, 2020
Event Time: 12:00 PM
Registration is Required: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/vpwuduuprz0igr3o2X28_qaGYHxbwAvd6w
As a community bank, we have a responsibility to do our part to help all individuals, businesses and our communities persevere during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. We acknowledge the uncertainty that many feel in this moment, not only as individuals but as a collective community. While we are only beginning to discover how these changes may impact our economy, businesses, friends, family and loved ones, we’re committed to doing right by our stakeholders, just as we always have for more than 170 years.
Please join Berkshire Bank and Berkshire Bank Foundation for a candid conversation and information session on our response to COVID-19 and opportunities for financial support through collective impact initiatives funded by Berkshire Bank Foundation. In addition, we want to hear from YOU about the challenges impacting your organization and the people you serve. Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions and elevate important topics to help inform and influence future company responses.
(THIS EVENT IS AT CAPACITY)
Event Date: Thursday, April 16, 2020
Event Time: 12:00 PM
Register in advance for this meeting:
Registration is limited to 100 participants in order to provide a meaningful opportunity for attendees to engage with company representatives. Should capacity be reached, additional conversations will be scheduled.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
· Gary Levante, SVP, Corporate Responsibility & Culture (Moderator)
· Lori Kiely, SVP, Director of Berkshire Bank Foundation
· Lindsay Codwise, Program Manager
Disclaimer: We ask attendees to refrain from asking questions about specific grant funding for specific programs at their organizations to allow for the community to talk collectively about the most pressing needs which are not currently being met.
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