Prevail Bank donates to HAVEN
Prevail Bank, with locations in Baraboo, Eau Claire, Marshfield, Medford, Owen, Phillips, Stevens Point, Wausau, and Wisconsin Rapids. recently donated $5,000 to HAVEN, Inc., a domestic abuse and sexual assault agency/shelter here in Merrill, to support their programming, services, and facility expenses.
“HAVEN’s services are invaluable; they’re providing the means to break the cycle of violence,” said Catherine Leifeld, Regional Marketing Specialist at Prevail Bank of Medford.
“We are proud to support HAVEN and the individuals and families of Lincoln County,” said Jarrod Spinnato, Prevail Bank Branch Manager of Wausau. “We’re a community bank that is passionate about economic development, financial stability, and the welfare and growth of individuals, families, and businesses.”
“We provide shelter and services to persons who have experienced domestic abuse or sexual violence,” said Kim West, HAVEN’s Executive Director. “Families who choose to stay with HAVEN are taking the steps to break the cycle of violence and protect their children from future harm. Prevail Bank’s donation is greatly appreciated and will certainly assist us in breaking the inter-generational trauma that is so prevalent in Lincoln County.”
The Charitable Contributions program of Prevail Bank is available for local non-profits that help local people in need, especially those with low-to-moderate incomes; stimulate communities financially; and/or enhance the standard of living of those less fortunate. If an organization is interested in applying for funds for a major initiative, go to: Prevail.bank/resources/community. Prevail Bank is continuously looking for ways to give back, help their customers pursue their dreams, and make things better in central Wisconsin.
Other non-profit agencies awarded donations this fall by Prevail Bank’s Charitable Contributions Committee, include: The Children’s Museum of Eau Claire, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Chippewa Valley, Central Wisconsin’s Children’s Museum (Stevens Point), Taylor County Supportive Housing, Inc. (Medford), Friends of the Old School, Inc. (Owen), Stevens Point Fire Fighters Charitable Foundation, Santa’s Elves Foundation (FiField), Keep Area Teens Safe (KATS) (Wausau), the City of Medford (in support of a downtown revitalization project), 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) (in support of a new park stage), The Personal Development Center, Inc. (PDC) (Marshfield), Wood County Health Department (Wisconsin Rapids) (in support of its Bike Share Program), and The Farming for the Future Foundation (Stevens Point).