The Ontario County Habitat for Humanity has broken ground in Canandaigua for its 2014 build. This year’s build site is on Chapin Street, not more than a few steps from Canandaigua National Bank & Trust’s (CNB) Main Office. This site is not only close in location to CNB’s Main Office but also has close meaning for the company. The land, with a $35,000 value, for this year’s build was recently donated to Habitat for Humanity by CNB.
Our team of ten volunteers from CNB are geared up to participate in the 2014 Habitat for Humanity of Ontario County’s Blitz Week, that started July 12th and ends July 19th. Canandaigua National Bank & Trust employees will be on site this Friday, July 18th to help build the Dunton Family home. Photos of the Chapin Street ground breaking ceremony and plans for the house can be viewed on Habitat for Humanity of Ontario County’s website.
CNB has been partnering with Habitat for Humanity of Ontario County for a number of years as a sponsor and providing volunteers. George W. Hamlin, IV, Chairman of the Board, was awarded the 2014 Habitat Legacy Award, which honors him for his lifelong commitment to build hope, dreams, and community.
Founded in 1887, Canandaigua National Bank & Trust is the region’s only locally owned, full-service community bank, with 24 branches in Ontario and Monroe counties, as well as Financial Services Centers located in Bushnell’s Basin and Geneva. Together they offer a full range of financial services for individuals, businesses, municipalities and not-for-profit organizations.