Home Bank Supports Churches in Mission in Martinsville

By | November 27, 2018

Martinsville, Indiana, November 19, 2018—Home Bank has selected Churches in Mission as the recipient of a $5,000 donation from its community gifting program. This gift was designated to support CIM’s outreach in Martinsville at 60 W. Pike Street.

“We are beyond thankful for the incredible generosity shown through this gift from Home Bank,” said Dan Bradley, Executive Director of Churches in Mission. “The timing couldn’t be better for us, with the Holiday season upon us and the great need for families here in Martinsville, and indeed, throughout all of Morgan County. It’s because of partnerships with organizations like Home Bank that we are able to continue to do what we have done for the past three decades.”

Home Bank’s gifting program allocates 10% of the bank’s profits to non-profits addressing some of the greatest needs in the community. A committee of employees allocate these funds, donations of which now total in excess of $650,000 since the program’s start in 2012.

“Churches in Mission plays a critical role in our community here in Martinsville,” said Dan Moore, Home Bank President/CEO. “In addition to helping families with daily needs, CIM’s ministry helps individuals with programs and opportunities to build a better future. We are honored to provide support for this very important work.”

Left to right: Vickie Clark (Home Bank Representative and Secretary of the Board of Directors for Churches in Mission), Terry Brock (Vice President, Board of Directors for Churches in Mission), Bank Bradley (Executive Director, Churches in Mission), Catina Angrick (Home Bank), and Ron Overton (Board of Directors for Churches in Mission)