BLUE BELL – Roger Zacharia, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ambler Savings Bank, recently presented The Center for Autism with a check for $50,000, which the organization will use to fund evaluation services, treatment programs, and to acquire specialized therapeutic equipment. The donation is part of a multi-year partnership between the two organizations.
The Center for Autism, headquartered in Philadelphia, is the oldest non-profit autism treatment center in the country. As a leading provider in the region, the Center offers evaluation and treatment to over 1,500 children and families each year.
“The work the Center does with children on the autism spectrum in our community is invaluable,” said Mr. Zacharia. “We are very excited to begin this partnership with The Center for Autism.”
“This generous donation from Ambler Savings Bank will have a lasting impact on the Center for Autism’s success,” said David M. Maola, Esq., CEO of the Center for Autism. “Our partnership will bolster the Center’s ability to provide better outcomes for the lives of many children and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Ambler Savings Bank is headquartered in Ambler, PA, and has locations in Limerick, Schwenksville and Fairview Village. The Center for Autism has two locations on Ford Road and Grant Avenue in Philadelphia. .
Pictured: (from left) Hale T. Peffall, Jr., Center for Autism Chief Development Officer; Roger Zacharia, Ambler Savings Bank President and CEO; David Maola, Center for Autism CEO; Frank Wellock, Center for Autism CFO.