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Like any business, non-profit organizations need banking services to help manage cash flow and maximize the return on savings and investments. When it came to selecting a financial management partner, the Men'sClub for Temple Beth Shalom found the ideal banking relationship at Regal Bank.
"Regal Bank has been most generous with regard to our fundraising efforts," said Jeffrey Greif, president of the Men's Club. "Monte Ehrenkranz, in particular, has been a terrific partner for our team."
Two hundred and seventy members strong, the Men's Club for Temple Beth Shalom in Livingston engages with the community through social, educational, religious and civic activities. The non-profit organization is affiliated with the Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs (FJMC), a group of more than 270 clubs with over 25,000 members in synagogues around the world.
Club activities range from events related directly to the synagogue to community-based events like CPR training, election debates, health forums and inspiration talks. The group also knows how to have fun, filling the calendar with bowling parties, Texas Hold'em tournaments and comedy nights.
With support from Regal Bank and other business sponsors, the Men's Club for Temple Beth Shalom has experienced great success. The chapter has won numerous international Torch Awards from the FJMC, recognizing their outstanding achievements in service, programs, and club management.
Beyond financial support for the club's numerous philanthropic efforts, Regal Bank also takes care of the group's commercial banking needs, which include savings and checking accounts.
"It's convenient to keep our monies held at the local Regal Bank branch," added Greif. "Compared to other local banks, Regal has been much more responsive to our needs. We truly value the advice we've received from the bank."
"Regal Bank specializes in helping non-profit organizations fulfill their missions by providing financial services that support their unique needs," said Monte Ehrenkranz, vice president of business development for regal bank. "The Men's Club for Temple Beth Shalom is doing wonderful work in the community and we are proud to play a small role in their success."