(Paramus, NJ) March 6, 2013 – Hudson City Savings Charitable Foundation has awarded a $5,000 grant to Children’s Aid and Family Services to support the agency’s work helping vulnerable children and families in the community.

“We are grateful to Hudson City Savings Bank for this generous donation,” says Bob Jones, Ph.D., president & CEO of Children’s Aid and Family Services. “They have been a strong supporter of Children’s Aid and Family Services for many years. We believe that helping children and strengthening families helps create stronger communities. We can only do this with the support of wonderful organizations such as Hudson City Savings Bank.”

About Hudson City Savings

Bank Hudson City Savings Bank is among the top twenty-five banks and the largest thrift in the country. Consistently recognized as The Most Efficient Bank in the United States, its success has been acknowledged nationally by such publications as Forbes, The New York Times, Business Week, and American Banker. Hudson City, the largest savings bank headquartered in New Jersey, also serves customers throughout the surrounding metropolitan area with branches located in Fairfield, Westchester, Putnam, and Rockland counties, as well as in Long Island, and the New Jersey suburbs of Philadelphia.

About Children’s Aid and Family Services

Children’s Aid and Family Services is one of the leading nonprofit human services organizations serving northern New Jersey. The agency is fully accredited and has served the community for more than 110 years. Its mission is to preserve, protect and, when needed, provide families. Motivated by compassion for vulnerable children, young adults, frail elderly and their families, it provides high-quality and innovative services that meet their social, educational and emotional needs.

For more information on Children’s Aid and Family Services, call 201.261.2800 or visit www.cafsnj.org.

For more information:
Liz Mason (201) 261-2800 lmason@cafsnj.org
Sheila Riccardi (201) 261-2800 sriccardi@cafsnj.org

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