Vol. 108 2024 Issue 4 (July/August)

Banking on Community

Banking On Community

Centier Bank, Merrillville, donated $2,500 to FACE Low-cost Animal Clinic, which provides affordable spay/neuter, vaccination and wellness services for the Indianapolis community with the goal of preventing the unnecessary euthanasia of cats and dogs. Bank employees also volunteered their time with the organization for a variety of tasks that help keep the clinic running smoothly, such as preparing syringes, rabies tags and putting together e-collars.

Associates from Centier Bank presented a $2,500 check to FACE Low-cost Animal Clinic on Feb. 26.

Associates from Centier Bank volunteered with FACE Low-cost Animal Clinic in February in conjunction with a $2,500 donation.

Farmers State Bank, LaGrange, donated $15,000 to Thrive by 5, which focuses on increasing the capacity, affordability and quality of childcare and early learning programs in LaGrange and Noble counties.

Pictured left: Joe Urbanski, Farmers State Bank president and CEO; Renea Boots, bank executive vice president; Jenna Anderson, Thrive by 5 coordinator; and Andrea Howe, bank vice president and member of the Thrive by 5 steering team.

Horizon Bank, Michigan City, donated $25,000 to Purdue University Northwest for scholarships supporting students in the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (CHESS) as part of the bank’s annual Day of Giving. John Freyek, the bank’s Lake County market president, is a PNW alumnus and an advisory board member for CHESS.

Pictured left: John Freyek (right), Lake County market president for Horizon Bank, presented a check for $25,000 on April 24, 2024, to Dr. Anne Gregory (left), dean of the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences at Purdue University Northwest, to support scholarships at the college.

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