Military Warriors Support Foundation | Combat-Wounded Veterans, Gold Star Families

Citizens Bank Supports Wounded Veterans This Holiday Season

A few months ago, Citizens Bank generously donated, refurbished and furnished a home in Aldan, PA for a combat wounded hero and his family. For the holidays, they took their partnership with our foundation to another level.


The Greater Philadelphia team at Citizens Bank helped make the holiday season merry and bright for three other combat wounded veterans and their families that have participated in our programs. See the stories below!


When Retired U.S. Army Specialist Max Poyer and his family were contacted by Citizens Bank, they humbly requested a ham dinner. When the family was told to make a list because they were being taken on a $600 shopping spree, the family was moved to tears.



Vicky Antoniou, Delaware Region Manager for Citizens Bank said, “We are so fortunate to work for a company that supports our veterans and our local communities.” Vicky will personally continue the relationship with the Poyer family by leading her region to help this family in the future with things like yard work, snow removal and more.


Retired U.S. Army Sergeant Damian Schuyler and his family requested a turkey to make the holiday extra special. When Lancaster Reading Regional Manager Steve Minnich arrived at the home with not only a turkey, but $600 worth of groceries and gifts, the family was overwhelmed with joy!



Drew Charlton, Del Chester Region Manager and Retail Director Jeff Pearlberg gave the gift that keeps on giving to Former U.S. Army Specialist Ted Daniels and his family. They were delighted and grateful after being provided with a month’s worth of groceries!



The family was very emotional and appreciated the gift more than words can say. Drew warmly said, “This day will be forever a highlight in my career here at Citizens.”


Military Warriors Support Foundation can’t thank Citizens Bank enough for continuing to support our nation’s combat wounded veterans through their generous donations.

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