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All branches with drive-ups and walk-ups, including Staten Island, will adhere to the following hours: Mon - Fri: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Sat: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM. Lobby access, by appointment only, will be honored between the same hours.

 

Our new Brooklyn branch located at 478 Fifth Ave and Greenpoint branch, are operating by appointment only, Mon - Fri: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM, Sat: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM.

 

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For landlords and property managers, Kearny Bank providing secure, electronic collection of rent and security deposits

Making it easier for landlords and property managers to collect rent and manage tenant security deposit accounts electronically and securely from any electronic device, Kearny Bank is offering the ZRent and ZDeposit digital property management solutions. These tools are available to Kearny Bank clients at no cost.

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April 29, 2020

Belleville resident appointed AVP / Retail Relationship Manager at Kearny Bank’s Montclair office

Belleville resident Mina Sabic has been appointed Assistant Vice President / Retail Relationship Manager for Kearny Bank’s Montclair branch. In her new role, Sabic is responsible for managing sales, development, and branch operations, delivering financial products to current and potential clients, and leading a team of sales and service professionals, while also establishing new business relationships.

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April 14, 2020

During coronavirus outbreak, Kearny Bank supporting NJ healthcare organizations with $200,000 donation

In the midst of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the Kearny Bank Foundation is supporting healthcare organizations with a $200,000 donation to eight critical care institutions and charities in six different New Jersey counties. The recipient organizations – each of which is dealing with some facet of the pandemic – are: Joseph's Health Foundation, Paterson – $50,000, to benefit the healthcare system’s COVID-19 Response Fund Chilton Medical Center Foundation, Pompton Plains – $50,000, to benefit the hospital AtlantiCare Foundation, Atlantic City – $40,000, to benefit the medical center Center for Food Action, Englewood – $15,000, to benefit the nonprofit food rescue pantry  Eva's Village, Paterson – $10,000, to benefit the food pantry Oasis, Paterson – $10,000, to benefit women’s educational/career center and domestic violence shelter Urban League of Essex County, Newark – $10,000, to benefit career/resource center for disadvantaged community members Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus Foundation, Lakewood – $5,400, to benefit a pavilion tent serving as triage center for COVID-19 patients “Kearny Bank’s generous grant will support St.

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March 31, 2020

For Wood-Ridge office, Kearny Bank appoints local resident as AVP / Retail Relationship Manager

Wood-Ridge resident Aida Castro was recently appointed Assistant Vice President / Retail Relationship Manager for Kearny Bank’s Wood-Ridge location. In her new role, Castro leads all aspects of sales and business development, while coaching and mentoring office staff.

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March 27, 2020

Week 2 of Kearny Bank Economic Health Survey: Number of NJ residents feeling financially uncertain during coronavirus outbreak rises slightly

2.5% uptick in overall level of uncertainty, to nearly 7 in 10 of those polled During the past week, an increasing number of New Jersey residents felt financially uncertain amidst day-to-day constraints related to the coronavirus outbreak. That’s the finding of the second, weekly Kearny Bank Economic Health Survey, which was fielded online from Monday, March 23 through Wednesday, March 25.

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March 20, 2020

Majority of NJ residents feeling level of financial uncertainty during coronavirus outbreak

Most New Jersey residents are feeling a degree of financial uncertainty related to the barrage of closures caused by the coronavirus outbreak. That’s the finding of the initial Kearny Bank Economic Health Survey, which was fielded online from Tuesday, March 17 through Thursday, March 19.

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March 10, 2020

Meeting a need, in Wayne

Kearny Bank’s Wayne branch location recently collaborated with the Wayne Interfaith Network Food Pantry on a one-month food drive in support of local residents. Donated items, most of which went to local seniors, were contributed by Kearny Bank clients in response to the bank’s call for support.

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March 4, 2020

Raising money ... by wearing jeans

Culminating an employee-based fundraising effort, Kearny Bank recently donated $10,015 to the American Cancer Society. The money was collected bank-wide from those employees who, for a one-month period, elected to pay $5 on Fridays in exchange for the privilege of wearing jeans to the office.

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February 20, 2020

Ringwood resident appointed Kearny Bank Assistant Vice President / Retail Relationship Manager

Ringwood resident Diane Corter has been appointed Assistant Vice President / Retail Relationship Manager at Kearny Bank’s Caldwell branch. In her new role, Corter is responsible for leading a team of sales and service professionals, while managing sales and development operations, delivering financial products both to current and potential clients, and establishing new business relationships.

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February 12, 2020

NJ charities receive nearly $800,000 from KearnyBank Foundation

Fiscal 2019 giving focused on quality-of-life, education, community betterment, housing For the KearnyBank Foundation, it’s all about improving lives. During fiscal 2019, the foundation contributed nearly $800,000 to a broad range of charitable groups and organizations across New Jersey and beyond.

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February 11, 2020

Financial Literacy ... and cookies

To help boost the financial awareness of some local youngsters, Kearny Bank’s Sea Girt branch recently hosted a hands-on, educational tour for the Allenwood Daisy Troop. Focused on understanding and recognizing monetary denominations, lessons included “Pin the Money on the Box of Cookies,” during which the Daisies calculated how many cookie boxes could be purchased with the amount of money available to them.

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