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Beneficial Bank Announces 10 Finalists for The Beneficial Foundation School Challenge

Program will award $13,000 to local schools through a grant competition


PHILADELPHIA, Pa., January 25, 2012 – Beneficial Bank and The Beneficial Foundation have selected the 10 school finalists for The Beneficial Foundation School Challenge. Five schools were selected in the Grades 4-8 category and fives schools were selected in the Grades 9-12 category. The school finalists, in alphabetical order per category, are:

Grades 4-8

o Gwynedd-Mercy Academy; Spring House, Pennsylvania

o Henry C. Beck Middle School; Cherry Hill, New Jersey

o Our Lady of Calvary; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

o Pope John Paul II Regional School; Willingboro, New Jersey

o Saint Francis de Sales; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Grades 9-12

o Central High School; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

o Chester County Technical College High School; West Grove, Pennsylvania

o Highland Regional High School; Blackwood, New Jersey

o Swenson Arts and Technology High School; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

o Triton Regional High School; Runnemede, New Jersey

The list of finalists can also be found on the Beneficial website at: www.thebeneficial.com/school-challenge.

The 10 school finalists will now develop a creative video showcasing their Beneficial Foundation School Challenge idea, demonstrating why their school should be awarded grant funds. All videos will be posted on the Beneficial YouTube Channel on February 21. The public will be invited to vote for their favorite submission, ultimately resulting in determining the winners.

A first, second and third place winner will be named in each grade category, for a total of six winning projects. First place winners will receive a $5,000 grant, second place winners will be awarded a $1,000 grant and third place will receive $500 in grant funds. The final winners will be announced in March 2012.

For more information about The Beneficial Foundation School Challenge, Beneficial and all of the Bank's education initiatives, please visit www.thebeneficial.com, www.facebook.com/beneficialbank or www.twitter.com/beneficialbank.

About Beneficial Bank

Founded in 1853, Beneficial Bank is the oldest and largest bank headquartered in Philadelphia. It is a community-based, full-service financial services company that has served individuals and businesses in the Delaware Valley for 158 years. With 60 offices in the greater Philadelphia and South Jersey regions and $4.7 billion in assets, Beneficial offers a full array of financial products that includes commercial, consumer and real estate lending, insurance and wealth management. Visit www.thebeneficial.com for more information.




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