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ABNB Honored with Brook Briggs Community Impact Award from Samaritan House


Monte Crowl
Vice President of Marketing & Business Development
Phone: 757.523.3320

Chesapeake, VA | October 6th | For Immediate Release

ABNB Federal Credit Union is proud to be honored by Samaritan House with the ‘Brook Briggs Community Impact Award’ at their 9th annual Women Against Violence (WAV) Luncheon on Friday, October 6 at the Westin, Virginia Beach Town Center. ABNB Federal Credit Union and the ABNB Community Foundation are the 2023 co-recipients of this award for corporate philanthropy. The luncheon is from 11:30 am-1:00 pm and will feature 375-400 attendees. The keynote speaker is Jazmine Smith, who survived teen-dating violence.

“ABNB Federal Credit Union has a long history of charitable giving and community involvement since the credit union’s founding in 1960. The credit union provides significant monetary and volunteer support to non-profit organizations in the communities we serve,” stated Charles A. Mallon, President & CEO of ABNB. “In addition, the ABNB Community Foundation’s mission is to measurably improve the lives of families and children in the communities that we serve with a vision to come along side non-profit organizations who deliver vital community services. We are proud to be recognized by Samaritan House for the impact both organizations have had on at-risk residents in our region over the years,” concluded Mallon.

The ABNB Community Foundation has provided recent grant awards totaling over $120,000 to local non-profit 501© 3 organizations.


ABNB is a full-service financial institution providing personal and business banking services to its members in Greater Hampton Roads, Virginia, and Northeastern North Carolina. With fourteen branches and a nationwide network of credit union service centers and surcharge-free ATMs, ABNB currently serves over 80,000 members. For more information visit ABNBfcu.org.

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