Amalgamated Bank


Amalgamated Bank
Amalgamated Bank is listed in the Banks Commercial category in Bronx, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Amalgamated Bank which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Amalgamated Bank on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

Contact information for Amalgamated Bank is:
3770 E Tremont Ave
Bronx, NY 10465
(718) 828-4949
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Today is #PinkOutDay and we stand with Planned Parenthood. If they lose funding, millions of women will lose access to vital health services. Sign the letter and show your support:
Extremist lawmakers are trying to shut down Planned Parenthood and cut off care for millions of patients. Tell them you stand with Planned Parenthood.

We stand w/ @PPFA! If PP is defunded, millions will lose access to vital health services #IStandWithPP #PinkOut

RT @bmcushing: Reminder! Majority of Americans in every congressional district support CO2 limits on coal plants #CleanPowerPlan https://t.…

@HabitatNYC Thank you! We had a wonderful time & are proud to support all the work you do to make NYC inclusive and welcoming for all.

Amalgamated Bank shared Habitat for Humanity NYC's album.
We're very proud to have sponsored and participated in Habitat for Humanity NYC's Build for Unity event over the weekend. Over the course of a three-day build, we worked with more than a dozen different groups to build safe, decent housing for our neighbors. Habitat NYC's work in our communities embodies the values of diversity and inclusion that we at Amalgamated Bank live by.
We are living in a time of great national disunity - hate crimes against our Muslim and Jewish neighbors are on the rise, and we seem unable to escape bad news. But Habitat NYC, along with our wonderful faith and community partners, sought to change that! This March, we hosted our first Build for Unity event - a three-day build with more than a dozen different groups of people of all faiths and no faith. Together, we worked to build safe, decent housing for our neighbors, and put New York City's values of diversity, inclusion and community into action! Tag yourself and your friends, and show the world that you built unity in your city. Thank you to all our volunteers and organizers, and to Amalgamated Bank for their support! Photos by Lisa Berkower.

Gr8 wknd at @HabitatNYC #BuildForUnity interfaith community collaboration! We <3 rollin up our sleeves 4 Build Days†…

Build Days are the best days! We're having a great weekend at Habitat for Humanity NYC​'s Build for Unity event. Teams of Amalgamated employees are rolling up their sleeves Friday, Saturday, and Sunday to pitch in on this interfaith and community collaboration.
New York City is one of the most diverse places on the planet and in fact, Queens County ranks as the most diverse in the mainland United States. We are ...

RT @CarlinaRivera: Rally to commemorate 106th anniversary Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire-146 died mostly women & immigrants who organized…

Every year, we at Amalgamated attend a memorial service at the site of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire to commemorate the 146 lives lost tragically in one of the worst industrial disasters in modern history. We're proud to stand with our brothers and sisters to honor the legacy of the mostly young women who lost their lives in the fire and the ensuing workers' protections that came out of the tragedy. Our board member Edgar Romney did a wonderful job as always as master of ceremonies. Thanks to the hard work of the Remember the Triangle Fire Coalition a permanent memorial will soon be built at the site of the fire.

"The elimination of federal funding for public broadcasting threatens the development and well-being of children...Only by speaking truth to power will we ensure a brighter future for all."
NEW YORK, March 23, 2017 — Politico recently posted an article that caught my eye – “Can Big Bird survive Trump?” As a child raised in rural North Florida during the 1970s...