Mercer Savings Bank is proud to announce November’s Giving Mission recipient, the Fort Recovery Community Foundation. What is the Fort Recovery Community Foundation? Founded in 1992, the Fort Recovery Community Foundation (FRCF) helps local benefactors contribute to the future of Fort Recovery, along with Fort Recovery community members in need. There are multiple funds within
We’re pleased to announce that Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby & Darke County is the September recipient of our Mission Giving donation. Learn more about Big Brothers Big Sisters and how you can volunteer.
Celina Rotary was one of the first responders to the tornado-affected area of Celina. Rotary President Deb Hemmelgarn recently said that from the first day, local Rotarians put their personal lives on hold to help their friends and neighbors, taking to the streets to provide meals and comfort to those who lost so much
“People sometimes have this perception that the people who come here aren’t vibrant or active, and that couldn’t be further from the truth.” That’s what Sharon Green, Executive Director of the Mercer County Council on Aging, has to say about the vibrant and dynamic environment at the organization’s senior center in Celina and their outreach
C.A.L.L. Ministries, the June recipient of Mercer Savings Bank’s Giving Mission, began nearly three decades ago as a food pantry in the basement of a local religious organization. Now, it fills a spacious building on North Brandon Avenue in Celina, complete with a warehouse to store the sometimes semi-loads full of donations. Over 100 volunteers
As a community bank, we believe in giving back to the communities in which we serve. Through our Giving Mission, each month selected employees will choose a charitable organization to receive a $200 donation. Bill Martin selected Family Care Options. Bill stated, “Family Care Options provide care and support to families of individuals
As a community bank, we believe in giving back to the communities in which we serve. Through our Giving Mission, each month selected employees will choose a charitable organization to receive a $200 donation. Amy Stoker selected Kingdom Harvest Ministries. “I wanted to support Kingdom Harvest Ministries because Kyle Stoker and his fellow co-founders have