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Funds Provided to Medford School District for Junior Achievement Program

Pictured (l to r): Laura Lundy, Medford School District junior achievement chairperson and Laura Deuso, Prevail Bank Medford branch manager.

Prevail Bank donated $750 to the Medford School District in support of their Junior Achievement (JA) programming for all K-4 classrooms. Junior Achievement programming helps prepare young people to succeed in the global economy. It includes curriculum related to entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and workforce readiness.

“We appreciate Prevail Bank’s generosity,” said Laura Lundy, JA of Medford Chairperson. “The Junior Achievement classroom kits, for which these funds will be used for, provide the knowledge our young people need to make life choices that will lead them to independence and self-sufficiency.”

Laura Deuso, Medford Prevail Bank branch manager states, “Prevail Bank is proud to support the Medford School District and its Junior Achievement Program. We’re committed to supporting the education of our youth, especially when it comes to fiscal responsibility now and into the future.”

Prevail Bank’s goal is to pursue what’s possible within its local communities. Passionate about the advancement of community based projects and supporting local organization growth, Prevail Bank is a community bank that is continuously working to support the communities it serves.

Prevail Bank’s Charitable Contributions program is available for local non-profit organizations that help local people in need, especially those with low-to-moderate incomes; stimulates communities financially; and/or enhances the standard of living of those less fortunate. If your organization is interested in applying for funds for a major initiative in your community, go to: Prevail.bank/resources/community.