Livingston, NJ - Regal Bank, headquartered at 570 West Mount Pleasant Avenue (Rte. 10) in Livingston, with a second branch at 504 South Livingston Avenue, also in Livingston, recently donated $1,000 to Livingston High School's "Project Graduation."
"Project Graduation" is an alcohol and drug-free event, sponsored by Livingston High School, to provide a healthy way for graduating seniors to celebrate and have wholesome fun in a safe environment. The all-night party will be held on June 25th, the night of graduation, and will include a swimming pool - with life-guards, a DJ, food, alcohol-free beverages and other fun activities for the graduates to enjoy. Transportation will be provided from Livingston High School both to and from the surprise destination.
"Regal Bank is an organization that cares about the youth of our community," said Thomas Lupo, President and CEO of Regal Bank. "We are happy to show our support for 'ProjectGraduation' by donating to this very worthwhile cause. We think it's the perfect solution to keep our graduating seniors safe at a very vulnerable time."
To donate to Project Graduation, please contact Livingston High School's HSA co-presidents, Sharon Cimbol at email@example.com or Trudy Bier at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Project Graduation, please visit http://www.livingston.org/15322033114111527/site/default.asp.
Regal Bank serves local businesses and retail clients with a wide variety of banking services including commercial mortgages, business loans and lines of credit, home equity lines of credit, residential mortgages, and traditional commercial banking products for small to medium size businesses. The Bank also offers internet banking, bill pay, remote merchant capture, and other technology-based products.
For more information, call Monte Ehrenkranz, Business Development Officer, at 973-716-0600 or visit their website at www.regalbanknj.com.