Citadel Restocks ‘Little Free Library’ in Chester County with 100 Books
Team ‘Adopts’ Library along Struble Trail
Last week, Citadel’s IT department collected more than 100 children’s books to restock a “Little Free Library” along the Struble Trail in Chester County. In addition, the team has officially “adopted” the library by promising to keep it stocked going forward.
Little Free Libraries, which have popped up along trails throughout Chester County, foster book exchanges and promote reading by increasing children’s access to books. All of the little libraries are stocked with pre-k level books as part of the United Way of Chester County’s Early Childhood Education Initiative, designed to assist parents and other caregivers in engaging their young children in early learning activities.
For information, or to locate a Little Free Library near you, visit littlefreelibrary.org/.
Citadel provides banking, investments, and insurance services to more than 200,000 customers and 250 companies. At $3 billion in assets, it is one of the area’s largest locally owned financial institutions, proudly serving residents of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties. Citadel ranked first in the 2016 Callahan & Associates Return of the Member scoring index among all credit unions in the nation, and was named one of the best performing credit unions in the nation by SNL Financial. For more information, visit CitadelBanking.com.