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Prevail Bank Donates $81,800 Through Charitable Contributions Program

Prevail Bank Donates $81,800 Through Charitable Contributions Program

Proudly Supporting our Communities - Fall 2022

At Prevail Bank, our goal is to help our customers, communities and employees pursue what’s possible. Being a community bank means that we are always looking for ways to enhance the quality of life in our surrounding communities. We believe that through the power of donation, we can continuously play a part in the success of local organizations, and in the community as a whole. Those organizations that applied and received a Charitable Contribution this fall are listed below.

It warms our heart to be able to contribute and assist so many!

The Children’s Museum of Eau Claire

Prevail Bank pledged $10,000 to The Children’s Museum of Eau Claire; $5,000 of that pledge was paid this fall. The Museum is moving (rebuilding). It intends to add 6,134 square feet of exhibit and classroom space, a new preschool and childcare addition, plus family friendly parking that’s adjacent to the building. A grand opening at 126 N. Barstow Street, Eau Claire, is tentatively planned for the first week of January 2023.

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Chippewa Valley

Five-thousand dollars ($5,000) was provided to the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Chippewa Valley to help cover the youth development programming expenses of a new Club in the Altoona Intermediate School. The program is open to all families. Club kids receive homework assistance, mental health resiliency skills, career exploration experiences, financial literacy education, hands-on STEM learning, leadership skills, and an appreciation of the arts, music, and community service.

HAVEN, Inc.

A donation of $5,000 was made to HAVEN, Inc. a domestic abuse shelter in Merrill, WI. They requested assistance with their operational, utility, and building insurance expenses.

Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum

Prevail Bank donated $5,000 to the Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum in Stevens Point to support their exhibit programming and “Stay in Play” fundraising activities.   

Taylor County Supportive Housing, Inc.

A $5,000 check was presented to Taylor County Supportive Housing to maintain the programming and activities within the shared family /living room area of the homeless shelter.

Friends of the Old School, Inc.

A donation of $4,750 was made to the Friends of the Old School to help purchase and install a security system for the historic buildings utilized for school and community events, IE: basketball games and practice, special exhibits, auctions, expos, reunions, dances …. Recent vandalism completely closed the Owen-based buildings for all purposes and is the impetus behind the request.

Stevens Point Fire Fighters Charitable Foundation

Prevail Bank provided a donation of $2,500 to the Stevens Point Fire Fighters Charitable Foundation’s “Operation Warm” so winter jackets could be purchased for those elementary children whose families are financially challenged and may not otherwise have the funds to purchase one. The Stevens Point Fire Department fulfills jacket requests from 16 different schools in Portage County.

Santa’s Elves Foundation  

Through our Charitable Contribution program, we donated $2,500 to the Santa’s Elves Foundation in Fifield, WI. These funds will be used to purchase Christmas gifts (warm clothing and toys) for children of Price County families who qualify under financial hardship state guidelines. Some of the funds may also be used to purchase an office trailer that would serve as their processing and distribution center.

Keep Area Teens Safe (KATS)

Prevail Bank donated $2,400 to the Keep Area Teens Safe organization — a shelter for kids at risk or homeless, located in Wausau, WI. The funds will be utilized to purchase multiple Chromebooks to be used by their youth residents to complete homework and apply for jobs.

City of Medford

The City of Medford will receive a $1,650 donation to purchase park benches to complement the downtown revitalization project along Whelen Avenue. The revitalization project includes a new pavilion with a kitchen and bathrooms, an updated Farmer’s Market, added green space, outdoor firepits, a splash pad for summer fun, and an ice rink for winter.

United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley | Marshfield Area United Way | United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties

One-thousand dollars ($1,000) each was donated to the United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley, Marshfield Area United Way, and the United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties to support the programming that assists those individuals and families who are in a low-to-moderate income bracket.

Sandbox Child Care & Preschool 

Through our Charitable Contribution program, we donated $1,000 for the outdoor learning equipment that will be installed next Spring at Sandbox Child Care & Preschool, a nonprofit organization located in Medford, WI.  

Medford Area for Tomorrow, Inc (MATI)

Prevail Bank donated $1,000 to Medford Area for Tomorrow, Inc., to support the construction of a performance stage in Medford’s City Park. Live music performances, church services, weddings, plays, dance recitals and shows, choir concerts and movies are anticipated uses of the stage when it’s finished.

The Personal Development Center, Inc. (PDC)

The Personal Development Center, a domestic abuse and sexual assault shelter in Marshfield, WI, received $1,000 to enhance and support their facility and services.

Wood County Health Department

Prevail Bank donated $1,000 to Wood County Health Department in support of its Bike Share Program established in Wisconsin Rapids and Marshfield, WI. The Bike Share Program provides a transportation option to/from work, appointments, and grocery stores in areas where access to affordable public transportation is minimal. To date, they have 10 Bike Share docking stations (racks) and a fleet of 53 bikes (20 in Marshfield and 33 in Wisconsin Rapids).

Farming for the Future Foundation

Prevail Bank pledged $180,000 in 2021 to the Farming for the Future Foundation (FFTFF) to support the construction of a Food + Farm Exploration Center in Portage County WI.  Thirty-six thousand dollars ($36,000) of that pledge was paid this fall. The Center, a manifestation of the Foundation’s educational mission, is slated to open Summer 2023.

 

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Prevail Bank’s Charitable Contributions program is available for local non-profit organizations in the communities we serve, to help local people in need and provide more to our communities. If your organization is interested in applying for funds for a major initiative in your community, please review our Community Giving webpage.

 

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