Central Bank is excited to donate $5,000 to the Gingerbread House Child Development Center in Storm Lake.
"We're very grateful for Central Bank's donation." said Sandy Johnson, Interim Director of the Gingerbread House. "The Center is in need of sustainable dollars to continue to help the community care for our families and their children."
"Central Bank is proud to support the Gingerbread House," said Randy Johnson, President of Central Bank. "We feel it's important to invest in children when they're young and help set the stage for their future. The Gingerbread House recognizes this and works hard to benefit the children and families of our community."
"At the Gingerbread House, children receive nurturing care along with a multitude of learning experiences to apply throughout their lifetime," said Sandy Johnson. "It's amazing to see the changes and tremendous growth a child experiences while at the Center."
The Gingerbread House is a non-profit Child Development Center providing care for children six weeks to age 12. They provide a safe and healthy environment with directed activities designed for each stage of a child's development. The center serves over 265 children and employs over 40 people.
If you'd like to make a difference in a child's life and donate to the Gingerbread House Child Development Center, please contact Sandy Johnson at 732-6350.
Central Bank is committed to our communities, bank leaders said. They give financial support to more than 100 non-profit organizations in Northwest Iowa and employees donate a significant amount of time volunteering for local organizations and events.
This is the first major donation the Gingerbread House has received in their current fund-drive.