Today, in honor of what would have been M&T Bank’s late Chairman and CEO Robert G. Wilmers' 84th birthday, M&T employees volunteered in and around Buffalo Promise Neighborhood (BPN) to honor his legacy of community commitment.
M&T Bank today announced that Cecilia Hodges has been appointed president of the Greater Washington region. Hodges will oversee all banking activity in Washington D.C., Virginia, and Montgomery and Prince Georges Counties in Maryland.
M&T Bank will soon begin the installation of an illuminated sign atop its offices in the Larkin Center of Commerce. This investment in new signage is another indication of M&T’s longstanding, steadfast commitment to Buffalo and the Western New York region, as well as its significant presence at the Larkin Center of Commerce.
Fifty World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War veterans are traveling from Buffalo, N.Y. to Washington, D.C. as part of a joint effort of M&T Bank and the Buffalo Bills Foundation to host a special Buffalo/Niagara Honor Flight.
At the offices of Journey’s End Refugee Services, M&T Bank today presented a surprise gift, new bicycles, to children whose families have settled in Buffalo after long journeys from their home countries.
To celebrate Giving Tuesday, a global day to give back, M&T Bank announced Waggies by Maggie & Friends has been awarded the $10,000 grand prize in its first-ever Understanding What’s Important Business Challenge, an initiative that celebrates local businesses and the organizations they support to make a difference in their communities.
M&T Bank will help Western New Yorkers get into the holiday spirit with its annual “Holiday Music Under the Dome” concert series, beginning Monday, December 4 at noon at M&T’s One Fountain Plaza Branch in downtown Buffalo.
The United Way of Buffalo and Erie County (“UWBEC”) will receive $1,007,833 from M&T Bank and its employees to support charitable organizations across the community, marking the first time the company’s annual campaign has cracked the $1 million mark.
M&T Bank announced the five finalists in its first-ever Understanding What’s Important Business Challenge, an initiative that celebrates local businesses and the organizations they support to make a difference in their communities.
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