News provided by: The State Bank
November 21, 2022
Fenton, Michigan, November 21, 2022 – The State Bank announced it has raised a total of $50,050 this year for students in need as part of their annual Change 4 Kids Fundraiser.
Established by The State Bank in its efforts to create better lives and better communities, Change 4 Kids is a program that assists low and moderate income families in meeting basic physical needs ranging from hygiene supplies to educational supplies so students can concentrate on their education. Since its inception in 2011, The State Bank’s Change for Kids program has donated over $ 307,568 school districts.
The State Bank was excited to present a check in the amount of $3,850 to Stockbridge Community Schools’ Superintendent Brian Friddle. Superintendent Friddle was ecstatic about the donation. “We have a large number of students in the district who need financial assistance to meet their basic needs,” said Friddle. “A donation of this size will be life-changing for a number of our students.”
The State Bank is grateful for all the support in the community and for this unique opportunity to give directly to local school districts. The State Bank CEO Ronald Justice added, “Money is donated through a variety of fundraising events organized by bank staff and the bank itself. Our team and customers continue to go above and beyond in their giving to our local students.”
To learn more about the program, visit https://www.thestatebank.com/change-for-kids/