To celebrate its 20th anniversary in the San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys, Mission Valley Bank has pledged to donate US $ 20,000 to local nonprofits.
Mission Valley Bank celebrated its 20th anniversary on Thursday, July 1, 2021 to serve the financial needs of the business communities of San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valley. In commemoration, Mission Valley Bank plans to donate US $ 20,000 to local nonprofits.
“As an organization, we firmly believe that there is no better way to celebrate and express our gratitude than giving back to the communities that have supported our growth and success,” said Tamara Gurney, President and CEO of Mission Valley Bank.
Ten local nonprofits will receive a $ 2,000 gift including:
- Carousel Ranch
- Community Foundation of the Valleys
- Hope of the valley
- San Fernando Valley Boys & Girls Club
- Santa Clarita Valley Boys and Girls Club
- Samuel Dixon Family Health Center, Inc.
- Shadow Hills Equestrian Club
- Contact for single mothers
- Land of the sun
“During the pandemic, nonprofits in the area worked tirelessly to serve those in need, doing more with less than ever before. On behalf of the entire Mission Valley Bank team, we are grateful for the opportunity to offer these small gifts, ”said Gurney. “As we celebrate, we encourage anyone who is able to donate what they can to a charity of their choice.”
Over the years, Mission Valley Bank consultants have worked with thousands of local business owners and provided unique financial solutions that help both clients and communities thrive, officials said.
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