MERRILLVILLE – Thanks to a $600 donation by Centier Bank associates, more individuals and families in Northwest Indiana will have access to early childhood development and other mental health programs provided by Mental Health America of Lake County (MHALC).
The funds were raised through a recent “Dress Casual for Charity Day,” supporting Mental Health America of Lake County’s many programs based in prevention and empowerment of the individuals they serve. Centier Bank’s Vice President and Director of Marketing Andrea Sherwin serves on the nonprofit’s Board of Directors and values Centier’s dedication to supporting the organization.
“Centier associates continue to show their caring spirit for so many organizations – I am especially proud of this donation, because it is a cause close to my heart,” explained Sherwin. “Mental Health America supports families throughout Lake County, Indiana, and as that number continues to grow, so does the need for program funding. The organization’s results are phenomenal, and I’m so grateful to my fellow associate for their support of these much needed services.”
Anthony Contrucci, Center Bank’s Vice President of Community Relations and Business Development, echoed Sherwin’s statements.
“Mental Health America of Lake County’s dedication to overall wellness through personal and family support aligns well with Centier’s culture and values. As a 5th generation family-owned organization, we are dedicated to the overall wellness of the entire Centier family,” explained Contrucci. “This sense of family is what truly differentiates Centier and allows us to Live our Legacy and be a passionate member of the community. We are pleased to be able to support such a wonderful organization & cause.”
Renae Vania Tomczak, President and CEO of MHA of Lake County, was joined by Victor Garcia, Vice President of Operations at Centier Bank’s Corporate Center to accept the donation.
At Mental Health America of Lake County we dedicate ourselves to transforming our communities through proven programs that educate, empower, and strengthen the way families function for life,” said Renae Vania Tomczak, MHALC President & CEO. “We are very fortunate to have Centier Bank and its associates believe in the work we do and are humbled by their generosity.”
For more information on Centier Bank’s community connection, click here.
Latest posts by Janice Dixon-Fitzwater (see all)
- Franciscan Health Rensselaer Implements New Telehealth Technology - January 15, 2018
- PNW Invites Businesses to Join Spring Career Expo - January 15, 2018
- Crown Point Community Foundation Annual Volunteer Fair - January 12, 2018