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Prevail Bank Donates a Total of $81,800 to 18 Nonprofits

Pictured (left to right) are: Tony Morgan, Prevail Bank mortgage loan originator; Cherie Lenz, Prevail Bank branch manager; and Debra Alexandra, Santa’s Elves Foundation executive director.

Prevail Bank is a community bank, which means it is always looking for ways to enhance the quality of life in the communities it serves. It recently did so through its Charitable Contributions program, donating a total of $81,800 to 18 central Wisconsin nonprofit organizations.

“Through the power of donation, we believe we are contributing to the success and growth of the communities we serve, which in turn provides the environment and tools for families and businesses to prosper,” said Nathan Quinnell, president of Prevail Bank. “We gift thousands of dollars, twice a year, through Prevail Bank’s Charitable Contributions program. We are passionate about economic development, financial stability, and the health, welfare, and growth of the individuals, families, and businesses we serve.”

Those organizations that applied and received a Charitable Contribution this fall were:

The Children’s Museum of Eau Claire, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Chippewa Valley, HAVEN, Inc., Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum, the Taylor House, Friends of the Old School, Inc., Stevens Point Fire Fighters Charitable Foundation, Santa’s Elves Foundation, Keep Area Teens Safe (KATS), City of Medford, United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley, Marshfield Area United Way, United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties, Sandbox Child Care & Preschool (Medford), Medford Area for Tomorrow, Inc. (MATI), the Personal Development Center, Inc. (PDC), Wood County Health Department, and Farming for the Future Foundation.