Stepping Up: F.N.B. Commits $1M, TNP Lists Food Resources

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — The Business Journal is asking companies and organizations to tell us how they are faring and what they are doing to help others through this pandemic crisis.

We call this series “Stepping Up.” Segments have been posted all this week and will continue to be posted during the crisis.

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F.N.B. Corp.

PITTSBURGH – F.N.B. Corp., the parent company of First National Bank of Pennsylvania, has committed $1 million to its foundation to support COVID-19 relief efforts.

The funds will be disbursed through the FNB Foundation to local organizations helping communities and businesses.

“The financial services industry is essential to aiding our nation in the recovery from this public health crisis. Through our commitment to COVID-19 relief efforts, we will work together with our neighbors to help our communities heal, rebuild and be stronger than ever,” says Vincent J. Delie, Jr., president and CEO of F.N.B. Corp. and First National Bank.

The bank will also take part in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security, or CARES, Act through the SBA Paycheck Protection Program.

It will also implement relief programs to aid small businesses and customers and will allocate up to $1 million in relief payments to frontline and operations employees.

Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership

WARREN, Ohio – To help residents of Trumbull County through the coronavirus outbreak, Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership has compiled a list of resources.

The list, available here, includes access to food, volunteer opportunities and local, state and federal resources.

“In these trying times, Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership is working to ensure residents have access to reliable, accurate information about credible community resources for families,” the organization says. “Many of these resources are supported by the efforts of volunteers; if you would like to volunteer need help making a connection please contact TNP at 330-647-6301 or email” 

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