The Honesdale National Bank Donates $2,500 of Milk to Support Local Families Members News May 22, 2020 The Honesdale National Bank Foundation extended its support to the community with a $2,500 donation to the Wayne County Emergency Food Relief Fund operated by the Wayne County Community Foundation. The funds, donated by HNB, will specifically support the purchase of $2,500 worth of milk from Creamworks Creamery to be distributed at the emergency food banks. HNB President & CEO David Raven stated, “Founded on the grounds of an agricultural community, The Honesdale National Bank has been a friend to the dairy community for many years.” He continued, “We are glad to be able to not only help feed those in need in our area, but to also support a local dairy while doing so.” The Honesdale National Bank Foundation is a 501(c)3 entity established by The Honesdale National Bank to engage in community giving initiatives that foster the area’s growth and resources as it has remain committed to since its founding in 1836. The Foundation’s aims to fulfill that mission through initiatives that support the sustainability and strengthening of resources and programming that make local communities thrive and remain desirable places to live, work, and play. The mission will be upheld through the provision of funding for public charities, institutions, schools and other not-for-profit organizations throughout our local area.