New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB) has turned Good Samaritan in a heartwarming gesture. The company has, in a statement, made it official that it will collect funds to support the victims of the tragic Champlain Towers building collapse that took place in Surfside, Florida.
Donations invited from customers and employees
The company invites donations in cash from its employees and customers. Those interested in contributing to this noble cause can donate to any of the company’s 237 locations in New York, New Jersey, Florida, Ohio, and Arizona. Contributions made in cash will reflect in the Surfside Relief Fund will go directly to the Coral Gables Community Foundation (the Surfside Hardship Fund – In partnership with the Miami Foundation and the Key Biscayne Community Foundation).
Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of New York Community Bancorp, Inc expresses regret over tragedy
Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer Thomas R. Cangemi stated, “We are deeply saddened by the devastation caused by the building collapse. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the victims and their families and to all those impacted by this terrible tragedy. At the same time, I am very proud of the many members of our banking family for their willingness to help those who are suffering from this disaster, proving once again that we are all in this together.”
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The company has grown from strength to strength through a chain of acquisitions. New York Community Bancorp, Inc. operates its 237 branches through eight local divisions. Based out of Westbury, NY, New York Community Bancorp, Inc. is ranked as one of the leading producers of multi-family loans on non-luxury, rent-regulated apartment buildings in New York City and the parent of New York Community Bank.