HNB Supports The Cooperage Project The Honesdale National Bank was once again authorized to make approved contributions under the Commonwealth’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program. HNB designated $5,000 of their approved allotment to The Cooperage Project, located in Honesdale, PA. The funds, donated by HNB, will support the ‘innovative educational program,’ Romping Radishes: A Healthy Living Class for Kids, and Pop-Up Club, a STEAM program for middle school students. HNB President & CEO, Thomas E. Sheridan Jr., stated, “The Cooperage Project is an organization that is extremely important for the growth and education for our local youth.” He continued, “HNB is pleased to support this program to engage students in learning more about innovation and creativity.” Arrah Fisher, Executive Director of The Cooperage Project, stated, “The Honesdale National Bank’s continued support of nonprofit organizations like ours is truly exemplary. In these particularly difficult times, your generosity is a testament to HNB’s dedication to strengthening our community.” She stated, “We are honored to accept this contribution.” The mission of The Cooperage Project is to offer a range of instructive and entertaining activities that will engage, challenge and enlighten. Through a variety of programs, we will inspire people of all ages to both embrace diversity and celebrate shared experience in order to create a deeper sense of community.