90k for 90th Community Support Contest
In celebration of the HomeTrust Bank 90th anniversary, the bank is continuing its commitment to the communities it serves by investing in local organizations.
Through the 90k for 90th campaign, HomeTrust has donated $90,000 during the month of May to community organizations that assist with affordable housing, financial literacy, community enrichment, and culture.
The public assisted in the selection process by voting on the HomeTrust Bank Facebook page to determine the distribution of the $90k in gifts across North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
The community has spoken, and these are the winners for the 90k for 90th Community Support contest:
HomeTrust Bank CEO, Dana Stonestreet, presents the check for first place in Buncombe County to OnTrack WNC at their Financial Literacy Luncheon.
Anna Zanetti, North Carolina Director of Friends of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, accepts the first place check in Haywood County from HomeTrust Bank employees Bria Davis, Tina Ramsey and Jim Darby.
HomeTrust Bank Branch Managers, Sonja Laughter and Peggy Orr present George Alley, Executive Director of Thermal Belt Outreach with the first place check in Polk County.
HomeTrust Bank team members, Melissa Thompson, Jerry Johnson, and Jeff Condrey, present Debbie Smith from the Sisters in Christ shelter with the winning check for Rutherford County.
HomeTrust Bank team members Bridget French, and Johnathan Jobe present Rockingham County Literacy Project with the first place check in Rockingham County.
Market President, Bob Callicutt presents the board of directors of Lexington Housing Community Development Corporation, with the winning check for Davidson County.
NC | Cleveland & Gaston County
1st Place: Cherryville High School Education Foundation
2nd Place: Cleveland County Community Development Corporation
3rd Place: Cleveland County Animal Shelter
HomeTrust Bank Branch Manager, Lydia Shirley presented the Greenville region first place check to the staff and board of directors of Junior Achievement of Upstate SC .
HomeTrust team members Kelly Vittatoe and Trey Coleman present the first place prize in the Knoxville region to the board of Young-Williams Animal Center during their monthly meeting.
The Southern Appalachian Ronald McDonald House was presented with the top prize of $7500 in the Tri-Cities region by HomeTrust Branch Managers, Tanya Tisor and Kort Boring.
VA | Roanoke
1st Place: Roanoke Ballet Theatre
2nd Place: Science Museum of Western Virginia
Roanoke Symphony Orchestra
History Museum of Western Virginia
Roanoke Pinball Museum
Harrison Museum of African American Culture
Mill Mountain Theatre
O. Winston Link Museum
Adam Shores, Virginia Market President, presented a check to Roanoke Ballet Theatre for winning first place in the Roanoke region.