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June 22, 2017

VNB Receives Certificate of Appreciation for HOP’s Run & Remember 5K

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Virginia National Bank is honored to be acknowledged by the Hospice of the Piedmont (HOP) for the generous support of the Run & Remember 5K run/walk that was held on May 13, 2017.

HOP’s goal was to raise $140,000 and they raised more than $180,000! VNB’s sponsorship as well as generous donations helps to provide community-based end-of-life and grief support services through the services of HOP.

VNB is very proud to be a part of this successful fundraiser to help those in need in our community.

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June 15, 2017

VNB Underwrites Inaugural Business Hall of Fame

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Virginia National Bank was one of four underwriters for the inaugural Daily Progress Greater Charlottesville Business Hall of Fame held on Tuesday, June 12, 2017 at Boar's Head Inn. Eight business leaders were honored at the leadership luncheon where Glenn Rust was one of the presenters. This event was founded by The Daily Progress and the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Inducted into the Hall of Fame were: J.F. Bell, Hovey Dabney, Josephine Henderson, Bill Hildreth, Frank Ix, Jr., Sam Jessup, John Rogan, and Harry Van Beek.

The Daily Progress article wrote, "Glenn Rust, president and chief executive officer of Virginia National Bank, said the honorees showed vision, courage and persistence. The Hall of Fame, he said, helps honor those traits in those leaders.

“'This allows us to help remember the individuals who helped create the community we have today,' he said. 'Without them, it would not be the community we know.'”

Read the full Daily Progress article here.


Photo credit: The Daily Progress

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June 14, 2017

VNB Sponsors CASPCA’s Compassionate Care-A-Van

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Virginia National Bank is a proud sponsor of the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA’s Compassionate Care-A-Van! This new vehicle enables the local animal shelter provide basic care to pets in underserved areas of our community, where families have more difficulty accessing and affording care for their pets.  The Compassionate Care-A-Van can transport animals back to the clinic for procedures, including spaying/neutering. They will assist neighboring shelters in an effort to increase their live release rates, thereby reducing unnecessary euthanasia in the region.Compassionate Care-A-Van

The Compassionate Care-A-Van will allow for up to 30 shelter animals to be transported to off-site events in the community.  It will increase the number of adoptable animals present at off-site events, resulting in greater public awareness and more adoptions of shelter pets. 

Virginia National Bank is excited to be a part of the Compassionate Care-A-Van to help further the reach for the care of all animals in the community.



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