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The Foundation’s annual Golf and Tennis Classic has raised over $3.9 million for Breast Cancer Research since its inception in 2005. These funds have enabled local hospitals and other cancer-focused organizations in our community to continue ongoing research and provide support services—all dedicated to putting an end to breast cancer.
To learn more about the annual EagleBank Foundation Golf and Tennis Classic, visit EagleBankFoundation.org.
Since 2002, our employees have been participating in the National Capital Area Kidney Walk -- Founded By The Ron and Joy Paul Foundation, which has grown from approximately 40 walkers to over 1,000, and has raised over $1,800,000.
In cooperation with the Montgomery College Foundation, EagleBank has awarded annual scholarships to students pursuing financial studies at Montgomery College, who move on to complete a degree at the Smith Business School at the Universities at Shady Grove.
On May 7, 2015, EagleBank entered into a long-term relationship with George Mason University. It is broad-based and multi-faceted. EagleBank has been providing scholarships to students, hiring graduates and alumni, sponsoring internships, hosting speaker series, and more.
And as part of the agreement, on July 1, 2015 the Patriot Center was renamed the EagleBank Arena. Home to Mason basketball games, high school graduations, concerts and events, the EagleBank Arena has over half a million visitors a year.
This alliance is just further evidence of our strong support for Northern Virginia and for the community generally. At EagleBank, we never forget that community is the first word in community bank.
For more details, see the press release here.
In the past, our employees have collected school supplies to donate to the Children’s Program at the District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH), which provides housing opportunities and support services for homeless families in the District of Columbia.
EagleBank’s Chief Financial Officer, Charles Levingston, took to the classroom for a day to share some first-hand knowledge with a group of exceptionally bright second-graders. The students at Bannockburn Elementary School in Bethesda, Maryland, joined in an interesting discussion on some of the basic principles of banking and finance.