Wisconsin-based Prevail Bank donated $1,000 to United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley to support the nonprofit’s programs and services.
The donations are through the bank’s charitable contributions program. “We are proud to support United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley,” Prevail Bank Branch Manager Brenda Trump said in a press release. “We’re a community bank that is passionate about economic development, financial stability, and the health, welfare and growth of individuals, families and businesses.”
The bank is also matching donations of up to $1,000 to the Personal Development Center’s Orenda Center until Dec. 16. Prevail Bank Branch Manager Denise Sonnemann said the donations will help provide services and shelter to victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse.
Other Prevail Bank Wisconsin branches are also collecting monetary donations for local nonprofits this holiday season, including:
- Baraboo: Sauk County Children’s Giving Tree
- Medford: Medford Area Public Schools CARES model which provides free social emotional and mental health counseling.
- Owen: The OwenWithee Food Pantry
- Phillips: The Health Alliance of Price County
- Stevens Point: United Way of Portage County
- Wausau: The Hagar House, a home for single mothers in crisis.
- Wisconsin Rapids: Park Place Adult Day Services
- Eau Claire: A lobby giving tree for community members to choose a paper ornament that identifies a child’s sexual orientation and age.