United Way of Grant County Announces COVID Assistance Funding
April 27, 2020 01:35 PM
The United Way of Grant County is excited to announce additional support to the COVID Assistance Funding through a generous donation from Horizon Bank of $3,000. This support will continue to allow the United Way of Grant County support organizations and initiatives serving those in need. Horizon Bank is new to Grant County but their corporate culture of being a community partner is an asset and great addition to our community.
“Horizon Bank is thankful to be able to give back to the communities that we serve in this great time of need and we know that United Way’s Covid-Assistance fund will help families facing hardships,” stated Jodi Pomeroy, Branch Manager.
About Horizon Bancorp, Inc.
Horizon Bank has pledged $250,000 in aid for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds are being allocated across several not-for-profit groups who are working to assist affected individuals in the communities we serve in the States of Indiana and Michigan. Horizon Bank, Inc. is an independent, commercial bank holding company serving Indiana and Michigan through its commercial banking subsidiary, Horizon Bank. Horizon Bank may be reached online at www.horizonbank.com. Its common stock is traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol HBNC.
The United Way of Grant County will continue to keep the COVID Assistance Fund open and accepting donations as long as it is needed. For more information visit www.unitedwayofgrantcounty.org/COVID or just call 765-662-9811.
The United Way of Grant County is proud to be a part of this community since the 1929 and are proud of how time after time this community has faced challenges and stepped up to help our neighbors in need. We are thankful for our healthcare providers, first responders, and everyone that is on the front line to keep supply chains running and keeping society running as normal as possible.
For more information contact:
Alicia Hazelwood, Executive Director
United Way of Grant County