NCB donates to homeless shelter


NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Homeless Shelter, which provides safe, temporary housing for homeless individuals and families. The money will be used to buy an outdoor swing set and provide a proper play area for the children. The shelter will also use the funding for various kitchen supplies. Pictured, from left, are Anna Smith, vice president commercial cash management services; Greg Hawkins, homeless shelter director; and Deb Jones, co-president, NCB Ohio.


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NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Homeless Shelter, which provides safe, temporary housing for homeless individuals and families. The money will be used to buy an outdoor swing set and provide a proper play area for the children. The shelter will also use the funding for various kitchen supplies. Pictured, from left, are Anna Smith, vice president commercial cash management services; Greg Hawkins, homeless shelter director; and Deb Jones, co-president, NCB Ohio.

NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Homeless Shelter, which provides safe, temporary housing for homeless individuals and families. The money will be used to buy an outdoor swing set and provide a proper play area for the children. The shelter will also use the funding for various kitchen supplies. Pictured, from left, are Anna Smith, vice president commercial cash management services; Greg Hawkins, homeless shelter director; and Deb Jones, co-president, NCB Ohio.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_NCBHomelesspic.jpgNCB recently donated $2,500 to the Highland County Homeless Shelter, which provides safe, temporary housing for homeless individuals and families. The money will be used to buy an outdoor swing set and provide a proper play area for the children. The shelter will also use the funding for various kitchen supplies. Pictured, from left, are Anna Smith, vice president commercial cash management services; Greg Hawkins, homeless shelter director; and Deb Jones, co-president, NCB Ohio. Submitted photo
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