NCB donates to Soles for Students


NCB recently donated $1,500 to Soles for Students, an organization that works directly with local schools to provide children of low income, working families with shoes. For many children, this is their first pair of new shoes. In 2015, Soles for Students spent $10,400 on shoes for local children and since 2012 it has raised $31,000 toward the purchase of shoes. Pictured are Rodney Donley, NCB business development officer; Jocelyn Leeth, assistant branch manager; and Sue Thompson, organizer and board president of Soles for Students.


NCB recently donated $1,500 to Soles for Students, an organization that works directly with local schools to provide children of low income, working families with shoes. For many children, this is their first pair of new shoes. In 2015, Soles for Students spent $10,400 on shoes for local children and since 2012 it has raised $31,000 toward the purchase of shoes. Pictured are Rodney Donley, NCB business development officer; Jocelyn Leeth, assistant branch manager; and Sue Thompson, organizer and board president of Soles for Students.

NCB recently donated $1,500 to Soles for Students, an organization that works directly with local schools to provide children of low income, working families with shoes. For many children, this is their first pair of new shoes. In 2015, Soles for Students spent $10,400 on shoes for local children and since 2012 it has raised $31,000 toward the purchase of shoes. Pictured are Rodney Donley, NCB business development officer; Jocelyn Leeth, assistant branch manager; and Sue Thompson, organizer and board president of Soles for Students.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Soles-For-Students-pic.jpgNCB recently donated $1,500 to Soles for Students, an organization that works directly with local schools to provide children of low income, working families with shoes. For many children, this is their first pair of new shoes. In 2015, Soles for Students spent $10,400 on shoes for local children and since 2012 it has raised $31,000 toward the purchase of shoes. Pictured are Rodney Donley, NCB business development officer; Jocelyn Leeth, assistant branch manager; and Sue Thompson, organizer and board president of Soles for Students.
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