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Try to help someone in your community this holiday season

Nov 30, 2015 08:25PM

Central Bank is excited to launch the seventh year of Central Bank Angels, a Christmas charity program organized to raise donations throughout Utah County in order to help local individuals, families and children at low-income schools who are in need during the holiday season.

Central Bank invites everyone to get in the giving spirit this season and join them in helping make this Christmas a memorable one for many members in our community. Donations of any size can be made at any of the 10 Central Bank locations throughout Utah County during the month of December. Central Bank is matching the first $7,500 of donations.

“It’s an absolute privilege to facilitate an opportunity for our employees, customers and community members to come together each year to help bless those around us who have fallen on tough times. We are grateful to the kind and generous people who have helped make this program work in the past and hope to expand our charitable reach further than ever this Christmas,” said Matt Packard, Central Bank president and CEO.

All the money raised at each bank location will go directly toward buying food, clothing, toys and necessities for people in the community in which the office is located. Each bank office will also have a Christmas tree on display decorated with angels bearing the names of individuals or businesses who donated to the program. Last holiday season, the program helped raise more than $26,000 and provided support to over 300 people in Utah County.

If you would like to make a donation, simply visit the Central Bank nearest you in Payson, Spanish Fork, Mapleton, Springville, Provo, Orem, Pleasant Grove, American Fork or Lehi. If you know someone in the community who needs help this holiday season and could benefit from Central Bank Angels, contact Central Bank’s Public Relations Director Diana Mathis at [email protected]


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