Citizens Bank Minnesota employees spent the month of September carrying out several Random Acts of Kindness (RAKs) in the communities they serve. Citizens donated $750 for 15 teams to spread kindness in a creative way. Many employees also contributed towards their RAKs.
The teams worked together in so many ways by donating blood together, delivering snacks to local hospitals, gift card giveaways at local gas stations, grilling lunch for local law enforcement officers, delivering food for first responders, picking up trash at a park, unpacking and sorting snacks for Project Lunch Box, blessing families in need with freezer meals, and delivering snacks in appreciation of our schools and bus drivers.
This effort was in conjunction with the Minnesota Bankers Association’s Community Impact Month. Across the state, 88 banks and more than 342 branches joined forces in September to serve 243 distinct cities. Launched by the Minnesota Bankers Association, the Community Impact Month creates an opportunity for banks to highlight the many volunteer opportunities available to help build stronger local communities. Citizens and their employees were proud to be a part of this effort. #BanksBuildMN.