PREVAIL BANK DONATES TO HART EQUINE THERAPY CENTER AS PART OF CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS PROGRAM

Pictured from Left to Right: Kim Sievers; Executive Director and Founder of HART, Ben Hertel; Prevail Bank Assistant Vice President and Commercial/Agricultural Banking Officer

OnFocus (Medford) – Prevail Bank has recently donated $1,200 to the HART Equine Therapy Center as part of their Charitable Contributions program, assisting local organizations and community members. The HART Equine Therapy Center provides therapeutic assistance to local children and adults with special needs. With this donation, Prevail Bank is providing food, shelter and healthcare to the organization’s therapy horses.

Celia Sturzl, Director of Grants for HART, states, “HART is dedicated to empowering individuals with special needs through equine-assisted activities. Keeping our horses in great shape so as to provide this service means the world to our students! Your donation helps provide the daily feed that keeps our horses up to the task; it is greatly appreciated!”

Ben Hertel, Prevail Bank Assistant Vice President and Commercial/Agricultural Banking Officer, states, “Prevail Bank is honored to make a contribution to HART Equine Therapy Center to provide them with funding for future horse expenses which will help them continue to provide such an important and beneficial service. Through their equine assisted activities, they strive to build self-esteem and a sense of accomplishment to those in our communities with special needs. For us at Prevail Bank, we saw this as a way to contribute to an organization that provides such a great resource to our surrounding area.”

Prevail Bank’s goal is to pursue what’s possible within our local communities. Passionate about the advancement of community based projects, and supporting local organization growth; Prevail Bank is a community bank that is continuously working to support our community.

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, review our Community Giving webpage.

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