NCB supports Community Action


National Cooperative Bank continues to support Clinton County Community Action by providing $2,500 from their Corporation Contributions grant program toward the annual 5K Corn Walk/Run. The funds from this 5K are used to support services for Clinton County Seniors. Pictured from left are Jocelyn Leeth, ABM/AVP for NCB; Jane Newkirk of Community Action; and Cathy Collins, CSR for NCB.

National Cooperative Bank continues to support Clinton County Community Action by providing $2,500 from their Corporation Contributions grant program toward the annual 5K Corn Walk/Run. The funds from this 5K are used to support services for Clinton County Seniors. Pictured from left are Jocelyn Leeth, ABM/AVP for NCB; Jane Newkirk of Community Action; and Cathy Collins, CSR for NCB.


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National Cooperative Bank continues to support Clinton County Community Action by providing $2,500 from their Corporation Contributions grant program toward the annual 5K Corn Walk/Run. The funds from this 5K are used to support services for Clinton County Seniors. Pictured from left are Jocelyn Leeth, ABM/AVP for NCB; Jane Newkirk of Community Action; and Cathy Collins, CSR for NCB.

National Cooperative Bank continues to support Clinton County Community Action by providing $2,500 from their Corporation Contributions grant program toward the annual 5K Corn Walk/Run. The funds from this 5K are used to support services for Clinton County Seniors. Pictured from left are Jocelyn Leeth, ABM/AVP for NCB; Jane Newkirk of Community Action; and Cathy Collins, CSR for NCB.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/08/web1_NCB-donation.jpgNational Cooperative Bank continues to support Clinton County Community Action by providing $2,500 from their Corporation Contributions grant program toward the annual 5K Corn Walk/Run. The funds from this 5K are used to support services for Clinton County Seniors. Pictured from left are Jocelyn Leeth, ABM/AVP for NCB; Jane Newkirk of Community Action; and Cathy Collins, CSR for NCB. Submitted photo