O’Neill is Ocean City Home Bank volunteer of the year

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From left are Beth Morgenweck, assistant vice president of marketing at Ocean City Home Bank; Sharon O’Neill, Ocean City Home Bank customer service representative; and Ann Magee, executive director of CONTACT Cape-Atlantic. O’Neill of Margate was named Ocean City Home Bank’s volunteer of the year for 2013. From left are Beth Morgenweck, assistant vice president of marketing at Ocean City Home Bank; Sharon O’Neill, Ocean City Home Bank customer service representative; and Ann Magee, executive director of CONTACT Cape-Atlantic. O’Neill of Margate was named Ocean City Home Bank’s volunteer of the year for 2013.

OCEAN CITY —While many Ocean City Home Bank employees donated their time to worthy causes throughout Atlantic and Cape May counties in 2013, Sharon O’Neill of Margate was the top contributor throughout the year, earning the title of volunteer of the year.

Each year, employees of bank have the opportunity to be rewarded for their charitable efforts through the bank’s “It Pays to Give” volunteer program.

“The ‘It Pays to Give’ program grew out of Ocean City Home Bank’s sincere commitment to supporting worthy nonprofit organizations,” said Steve Brady, president and chief executive officer of Ocean City Home Bank. “Our staff members have really embraced the program and made a difference in our community, with bank employees volunteering a total of 2,387 hours in 2013.  It’s heartening to consider the fact that in an average week throughout the year, Ocean City Home Bank employees were donating more than 45 hours to charities in our region.”

O’Neill, a teller in the bank’s Margate branch, spent 103 hours volunteering for CONTACT Cape-Atlantic, a nonprofit community service agency serving the elderly and disabled population in Atlantic and Cape May counties. 

A member of the charity’s board of directors, O’Neill assists with event planning and fundraising efforts. As the “It Pays to Give” grand prize winner, she received a cash prize of $150, plus a $150 donation to the organization of her choice, CONTACT Cape-Atlantic.


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