Manasquan Bank awards Grant to InfoAge Learning Center

Mike Ruane, CEO of InfoAge responded:

Manasquan Bank has very generously given a $2,500 grant to InfoAge to enable us to continue developing hands-on kiosks for our various exhibits and museums. The first one developed by the proceeds of this grant is in our Black History Exhibit. Thank you, Manasquan Bank for your continued support of the InfoAge Science and History Museums at the Camp Evans National Historic Landmark!!


The full release is available to read at Manasquan Bank, and shown below.

Manasquan Bank Charitable Foundation Presents 18 Charities with Grants at Recipient Event

WALL TOWNSHIP, NJ (July 15, 2021) – The Manasquan Bank Charitable Foundation, an affiliate of Manasquan Bank, brought 18 local organizations together for its second quarterly Charitable Foundation meeting of 2021. The grant recipient event was a chance for community members to learn more about Manasquan Bank’s philosophy for its future success and commitment to its community-based partners. It was also a great opportunity for each organization receiving a foundation grant to tell their story and explain how the new grant will assist in the achievement of their overall mission.

Manasquan Bank Chairman, President and CEO, James S. Vaccaro, along with the Foundation’s trustees kicked off the morning’s event, where they provided an overview of the mission and strategic efforts of the Bank and its Foundation. “Charitable giving has been central to the core values of Manasquan Bank since its very beginnings,” said Vaccaro. “We recognize those who share our passion for building a better community and we are privileged to provide them with financial assistance”.

Notably, at the recipient event, those receiving an annual grant from the foundation included Mental Health Association of Monmouth County, Stop Drowning Now, Monmouth Arts, Collier Youth Services, Family Promise of Southern Ocean County, YMCA of Metuchen, Edison, Woodbridge and South Amboy, Community Nursery School, Arc of Monmouth County, Bayshore Center at Bivalve, Tigger House Foundation, InfoAge Science and History Museum, Interfaith Health & Support Services of Southern Ocean County, Inc., The Valerie Fund, Fighting H.A.R.D Foundation, Association for Multiple Impaired Blind (AMIB), Visiting Nurse Association of Central NJ, Autism Family Services of NJ, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Coastal and Northern NJ.

In addition to the quarterly Foundation meetings, Manasquan Bank will begin hosting town hall-style meetings for its existing clients, as well as potential business clients, each month after hours at a rotating branch location. Additional event details are forthcoming.

About Manasquan Bank:

Manasquan Bank, a mutual community bank with consolidated assets of $2.5 Billion, is headquartered in Wall Township, NJ. The Bank has been serving New Jersey residents since 1874 and continues to pioneer the future of banking with both traditional and digital solutions. The Bank offers a full line of personal & business services, and operates fifteen branch locations throughout Middlesex, Monmouth & Ocean Counties. Manasquan Bank proudly supports community-focused, non-profit initiatives through the Manasquan Bank Charitable Foundation. For more information, visit

About Manasquan Bank Charitable Foundation, Inc.:

For 147 years, Manasquan Bank has provided direct support to organizations seeking to make a positive difference in their communities. With the formation of the Manasquan Bank Charitable Foundation in 2014, they continue to bring that initiative to the next level. Designed to support those serving unmet local needs in new ways, the Foundation serves as the bank’s single source of financial assistance for qualified non-profits who share their passion to create positive societal change. For more information, visit