One of the ways in which we get funds for the CROP Hunger Walk are donations from local businesses.
The Community Bank of Oak Park River Forest is one of those businesses. Information about the bank found on their website states: Community Bank of Oak Park River Forest opened as a locally owned bank focused on creating financial solutions for individuals, professionals, owners of closely-held businesses and nonprofit organizations. Starting in 1996 with ten employees, assets of $5 million and a customer base of less than two dozen accounts, Community Bank has grown to more than 50 employees, over $250 million in assets, and over 15,000 customer accounts. In addition, our customer base has expanded from the surrounding communities to include customers across the country and internationally. Now in our second decade of serving the community, we are rededicating ourselves to our mission of providing the best products, services and technology possible.
Having support and donations help us in our work to #endhungernow, through our CROP Hunger Walks. Now in our 33rd year as a local community initiative, it is with heartfelt thanks that we acknowledge their support and the many other businesses who embrace our work on making the issue of hunger known within our community.
Please support our local business, they support us, please support them. Have a business? Please join them and sign-up/contribute for the walk this Sunday, May 1st on the business team.
With just several more days until our walk, sign-up and donate. See you May 1st.