Press Release

Cross River Bank Spreads Holiday Cheer and Warmth to Children in Need

Cross River

December 29, 2022

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Cross River is the trusted financial services organization that merges the established expertise of a bank, with the innovation and product offering of a technology company.

December 29, 2022

Cross River Bank Spreads Holiday Cheer and Warmth to Children in Need

Company’s compassion shines bright with continued commitment to giving back to the local community

Employees spearhead initiatives to pay it forward with organizations like Hindi’s Libraries and students at Chancellor Avenue School

FORT LEE, N.J. - Cross River Bank (“Cross River”), a technology infrastructure provider that offers embedded financial solutions, spent the month of December spreading holiday cheer—specifically to children in need—through employee-driven volunteer opportunities and impactful philanthropy. The New Jersey-based technology company continues to focus on investing deeply in initiatives that help communities drive positive change for a better future.

Since inception, Cross River’s focus has been on giving back, and throughout the pandemic the Company has been at the forefront of helping businesses survive and saving jobs. Through the team’s herculean efforts, Cross River was able to save more than 1.4 million jobs through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). This holiday season, Cross River is helping the New Jersey community through a series of donations and drives that will make the season a bit brighter for families still recovering from the financial impacts of recent years.

“The winter holiday season is, understandably, a tough time for many—especially those experiencing financial hardships,” said Phil Goldfeder, SVP Global Public Affairs at Cross River. “At Cross River, we have always, and will always, be committed to our community and doing whatever good we can to bring some joy and basic necessities to those in need. We’re proud of our employee culture, which is filled with like-minded individuals who gave both sweat equity and equity to help others.”

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