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Planters Bank donates over $35,000 to area nonprofits


Hopkinsville, Kentucky – During Planters Bank’s eighth annual giving season, 12 community organizations were supported in Western Kentucky and Tennessee.

Planters Bank’s donation campaign enabled 12 area organizations to receive a total of $35,630.11.

Planters Bank’s giving season is a banking tradition that aims to support community organizations.

Planters Bank CEO Elizabeth McCoy said, “Every organization we have supported this giving season is supporting children in every one of our communities. Whether it’s providing shoes, food, or experiences, each of these 12 organizations has such an impact on our communities, and we’re thrilled to be able to support them.

Planters Bank worked with a local small business to produce two special personalized gift items for gift giving season – a Kentucky gift and a Tennessee gift, sold at every Planters Bank branch. Planters Bank purchased the items directly, allowing 100% of the purchase price of these items ($20/gift) to be donated to Season of Giving organizations.

Featured Organizations and Branches

  • FUEL – Planters Bank, Rossview (Clarksville) – $1,170.00
  • Happy Feet – Planters Bank, Providence – $700.00
  • Dream Chasers – Planters Bank, Hilldale (Clarksville) – $1,080.00
  • Union County Happy Packs – Planters Bank, Sturgis – $15,125.00
  • Boys and Girls Club – Planters Bank, Main (Hopkinsville) – $2,361.70
  • The Caleb Cares Project – Planters Bank, Sango (Clarksville) – $1,700.00
  • Happy Feet – Planters Bank, Princeton – $1,000.00
  • Men2Be – Planters Bank, Indian Hills (Hopkinsville) – $1,381.71
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters – Planters Bank, Commerce (Clarksville) – $1,420.00
  • Family Resource and Youth Services Center – Planters Bank, Dawson Springs – $940.00
  • Imagination Library – Planters Bank Boulevard (Hopkinsville) – $1,931.70
  • CASA of Midwest KY – Planters Bank, Sebree – $6,820.00

Season of Giving started as a fun way to bring attention to Planters Bank-supported organizations and has grown into a program the bank and its employees look forward to every year. Planters Bank would like to thank the community for their generosity in helping to support local organizations year after year.

Visit Planters Bank’s Facebook and Instagram to see photos and videos of nonprofits receiving their donations and learn more about Planters Bank’s philanthropic efforts expectgreatthingsbank.com/giving.

About Planters Bank

Planters Bank is headquartered in Hopkinsville, KY, and has twelve locations in Western Kentucky and Tennessee. Planters Bank is a community bank committed to providing an exceptional banking experience while giving back to the community.

To learn more about Planters Bank, visit www.plantersbankonline.com.