“Northwest Savings Bank is proud to be part of this initiative,” stated Julie Marasco, Northwest Region President. “CARE is vital to our community, and we support the organization’s initiatives, and the commitment to the new facility.” The center will enhance the organization’s delivery of early learning programs, pediatric therapy services, and child safety and injury prevention initiatives and provide a permanent home for the 89 year old non-profit.
“Northwest Savings Bank is a long time investor in programs and services that make our community stronger,” said Debbie Price, CARE Building Campaign Co-Chair. “We are grateful for their investment in CARE’s future and the future of local children that need the organization’s services.”
Construction continues to progress on the Ashley Booth Griffin CARE for Children Center, with close to 60% of the project completed. CARE has raised over 1.5 million dollars of its 2.1 million dollar project goal.
For more information on the building project, or CARE for Children’s services and programs, visit the website at www.careforchildren.info.
Pictured, Barbara Cummings, Northwest Savings Bank Financial Advisor, who takes a tour of CARE’s new facility at 723 East Main Street, along with Mandi Wilton Davis, CARE for Children development & marketing coordinator, and Deborah Price and Karen Gelston, CARE’s building campaign co-chairs.
CARE for Children photo