Prevail Bank representatives, Greg Garton and Heather Frame, presented to Debra Bauer, community engagement and volunteer coordinator of Hope House of South Central Wisconsin, a check in the amount of $150 to assist the organization in their mission of preventing abuse, providing support to victims of domestic and sexual violence, and making the holiday a little brighter for those in need.
“This is the time of year we conduct our annual donation drive,” said Beth Shippert-Myers, marketing and development manager for Hope House. “This drive was known as Adopt-A-Family, but we’ve renamed it this year to Hope House Holiday Helpers to be more inclusive. We don’t want a family to feel like they need to be ‘adopted’ to have a special holiday, they just need a little help. And that’s what we’re here to provide.”
“To assist Hope House in their mission is a privilege,” said Prevail Bank branch manager, Kristi Anderson. “They provide emergency shelter, legal and medical resources, in addition to emergency assistance relating to hygiene and food. This is the season of giving; it just warms the heart.”
Prevail Bank’s goal is to pursue what’s possible within the communities it serves. It is passionate about economic development, financial stability and growth for individuals, families, and businesses. Prevail Bank is a community bank that is continuously looking for ways to give back, support those pursuing dreams, and make things better in central Wisconsin.
To find out more about how you can be a Hope House Holiday Helper, visit Hope House’s website: www.HopeHouseSCW.org.