BankMobile, a division of Pennsylvania-based Customers Bank that has a mission to make banking affordable, effortless and financially empowering, today announced that it will help local elementary students from St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School in Philadelphia’s Newbold neighborhood get ready for the upcoming basketball season. BankMobile will provide the school’s girls’ and boys’ teams with a new electronic scoreboard and the fees to participate in the Philadelphia CYO league.
“At BankMobile, we believe it’s important to be involved in the communities we serve,” said Cathy Truong, BankMoblile ebanking team member and St. Thomas Aquinas Mission School board member and alumnus. “We’re a proud partner of St. Thomas Aquinas, a school that prepares students for success in high school, college and beyond. It’s a joy to see kids from our communities grow, learn important skills and have fun, and we’re grateful to be a part of that.”
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School provides a high-quality, affordable education that develops 21st Century learners and citizens who are able to think critically, collaborate effectively, and lead boldly in their classrooms and community. The school is part of Independence Mission Schools, a network of 15 independent Catholic schools providing a transformative education for children of all faiths in low-income communities across Philadelphia.
Established in 2015, BankMobile, a division of Customers Bank, is America’s largest mobile-first bank, offering fee-free checking and savings accounts. It provides target customers – millennials, the underbanked and middle-income households with a digital, effortless, and financially empowering experience.