Capital One Bank Associates Participate In Gentilly Community Day Of Caring
GENTILLY, LA – Throughout October, Capital One Bank associates are banding together to support local nonprofits and help meet the needs of communities where associates live and work.
As part of the effort, Capital One Bank associates sponsored and participated in a volunteer Gentilly Community Day of Caring, during which they cleared an overgrown lot on Press Drive. In 2011, Capital One launched its Gentilly Place-Based Initiative, a multi-faceted community revitalization project created by Capital One Bank to serve as a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Gentilly neighborhoods in New Orleans. The Gentilly PBI represents a strategic investment by Capital One Bank to enhance and expand economic opportunities for families and businesses in Gentilly.
Capital One Bank associates, from left, Alex Sconfienza, John Chamberlain and Stephanie Tyner cut down tall grass and dig up weeds in Gentilly at an overgrown lot on Press Drive as part of Capital One Bank’s recent Community Day of Caring.
As part of Capital One Bank’s Community Day of Caring in Gentilly, associates, from left, Seth Bosworth, Brett Moyer, Brad Williams and Doug Fields worked to bag and weed at an overgrown vacant lot situated between two family homes in the area.
Capital One Bank associates Frank Darden (foreground) and Seth Bosworth clear a lot on Press Drive that was overgrown with weeds and other debris.