Bank of the Valley equips schools with money
Bank of the Valley recently donated more than $25,000 to several area school districts as part of the company’s School Pride Card Program.
The program allows customers at Bank of the Valley who are affiliated with a local school to obtain a Visa Check Card with that school’s logo. When one uses the card, a donation is made to their school for usage however they please.
“It varies across the board,” said Dee Hanson, marketing director for Bank of the Valley in Columbus. “We have no stipulations or requirements on where that money goes. When we hand the check over to (the) schools, it is theirs to use.”