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Beverly Bank & Trust is proud to offer the “Everyday Hero Account”. This special account package has been created in support of police and firefighters.
For each account opened by a police or fireman, Beverly Bank will donate $50 to their respective surviving spouse funds. Chicago Firefighters and Paramedics accounts benefit the Ende, Menzer, Walsh & Quinn Retirees’, Widows’ and Children’s Assistance Fund. Additionally, the bank will, on a semi-annual basis, select a policeman or fireman and make a $500 donation in his or her name to the surviving spouse fund. Finally, an annual recognition day will honor our everyday heroes.
The “Everyday Hero” account package offers service charge free checking, discounts on loans and bonus rates on regular savings accounts.
The following companies are donating 10% of their net profit from business derived from clients who mention this offer.
Shadows of Chicago
CFD Firefighter/EMT Matthew T. Drew has written a book entitled Shadows of Chicago: The True Story of Three Men and the Crimes that Shocked America. A portion of the proceeds from each copy will go towards the Ende, Menzer,Walsh and Quinn Retirees,Widows and Children’s Assistance Fund.
To purchase his book or for information about the book, events, interviews, etc. can be found on: blackoakmedia.org.
Chicago's Forgotten Tragedy
Bill Cosgrove, author of Chicago's Forgotten Tragedy donates proceeds from his book to the EMWQ Retirees', Widows' and Orphans' Assistance Fund.
"What type of man does it take to risk his life, and fight the enemy of fire that will never be conquered? We can conquer a human enemy, we can conquer a country, and we can conquer a habit, but we have not been able to conquer fire!"
To purchase his book, visit: http://idofires.com/
St. Rita of Cassius HS Police and Fire Memorial
On November 25, 2012, a new Police and Fire Memorial was dedicated at St. Rita High School. The original artwork was created by CFD Lt. Timothy McCarthy and then turned into a beautiful Mosaic by Artist Joe Folisce.
Lt. McCarthy is now offering prints of the artwork for sale at his studio, McCarthy Fine Arts with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Ende, Menzer, Walsh & Quinn Retirees’,Widows’ and Children’s Assistance Fund.
Thanks to Tim and his wife Susan for their generosity and continued support of the Fund. To learn more visit: http://www.mccarthyfinearts.com