Rockville, Maryland (October 2, 2017)—Revere Bank was recently honored at Hospice Caring’s annual Silver Linings Gala. The nonprofit recognized Revere as its Corporate Leadership honoree at the event.
Hospice Caring provides free non-medical support services to Montgomery County adults and children facing life-threatening illnesses or who are grieving the death of loved ones.
Revere Bank has provided support to Hospice Caring for the past seven years – and some Revere employees have supported the organization for more than 20 years. Revere co-President and CEO Ken Cook serves as a trustee for the Hospice Caring board. Cook, along with his wife, Julie, are active participants in various Hospice Caring community events.
The gala hosted nearly 300 attendees, including Montgomery County Councilmembers Craig Rice, Roger Berliner and Sidney Katz, in addition to Jeffrey Slavin, mayor of the town of Somerset in Chevy Chase. The evening was presented by honorary co-chairs Michelle Freeman and Richard Kay. Hospice Caring raised more than $250,000 at the gala.