Bank of Colorado in Craig invests $15K to build medical clinic
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CRAIG — Bank of Colorado recently showed commitment to the community with a $15,000 donation to the Memorial Regional Health Foundation to help with construction of the new MRH medical office building.
“Bank of Colorado is only as strong as the communities it serves. The new medical center will make a higher level of care available to our community,” said Craig Branch President Chris Jones.
The donation comes as part of a capital campaign being undertaken by the MRH Foundation.
“The community support has been amazing,” said MRH Foundation Board Chair Kristine Cooper.
The goal of the campaign is to raise more the $1 million within the community.
Since the first of January, the foundation has raised $254,000, with more pledged to come during the months to follow, said MRH Foundation Director Eva Peroulis.
She expressed appreciation for the partnerships and support of the project shown by many of the local banks.
“It just makes sense,” Jones said. “We’re proud to be part of the donations that will surely help our community in Craig thrive for years to come.”
Bank of Colorado is a family-owned bank founded on the core values of integrity, community, stability and unconditional customer satisfaction.
Since 1988, the bank has invested both time and money to support these pillars in the Craig community.
“As a native of Craig, I’m passionate about making this community stronger for my family and everyone who calls this place home,” Jones said. “As a company, Bank of Colorado is deeply rooted in its communities, and we’re fully invested in its future.”
Contact Sasha Nelson at 970-875-1794 or snelson@CraigDailyPress.com.
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