YAKIMA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN DONATES $20,000 TO FEED HUNGRY
Yakima, WA – Yakima Federal Savings and Loan is pleased to announce donations totaling $20,000 to ten area non-profits that focus on serving the hungry and homeless in Central Washington.
The donations are being made at the direction of the bank’s employees who were asked to nominate ten area agencies for the donations. Each group is slated to receive $2,000.
“The need in our communities has never been greater”, said Leanne Antonio, President and CEO of Yakima Federal. “It is our hope that these donations will help our communities and perhaps inspire others to give as well. “
In Yakima, the checks will go to Camp Hope, Rod’s House, Northwest Harvest Hunger Relief and Meals on Wheels. In the Tri Cities, St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank, Tri-City Food Bank and 2nd Harvest Hunger Relief will receive donations. The Sunnyside Food Bank in Sunnyside, Fish Community Food Bank in Ellensburg and Jubilee Ministries Food Bank in Prosser will also receive checks within the next week.
These newly announced donations are in addition to the $5,000 pledged last week to non-profits in the Tri Cities.
Yakima Federal Savings and Loan is headquartered in Yakima, WA. and has over 1.8 billion dollars in assets. The bank has ten branches in Central Washington and has served the financial needs of the area for 115 years.