Bank Midwest is proud to continue its support for Jackson’s Community Pride Swearingen Field project with a $10,000 Community Fund grant. Bank Midwest made previous contributions of $15,000 bringing the total donated by Bank Midwest to $25,000.
The project is currently in phase two (out of three) in its overall goal to upgrade the school’s athletic facility and grounds. Plans in this phase include installation of a new scoreboard and replacing the visitor bleachers.
“Jackson’s local Community Pride project is very exciting,” stated Brandon Finck, Bank Midwest Community President. “To be able to help make improvements to the athletic facility that our local students and families can enjoy, as well as visiting students and supporters, is a project we’re proud to support.”
The Bank Midwest Community Fund is designed to help support larger community projects that are meeting a unique need in the local Iowa and Minnesota markets it serves. The fund accepts proposals from local, community-based 501(c)3 organizations and is focused on the arts, environment, recreation, youth and general long-term community betterment initiatives.
To be considered, applicants must demonstrate how their project will impact Bank Midwest customers, shareholders and employees, as well as how much market area the organization or event will reach and the potential for employee involvement.
Bank Midwest is an employee-owned organization serving communities in northern Iowa and southern Minnesota for nearly a century. It has assets of $700 million, and is a full-service bank offering loans and traditional FDIC-insured accounts, as well as insurance, investment and trust services. (Investment and insurance services are not deposits, not FDIC insured, not guaranteed by the bank and may go down in value.)
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