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More than $270,000 to United Way

December 5, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The total being donated by 1st Source employees to the 2012 United Way campaign is $207,351. The bank will donate an additional $66,882 to United Way organizations throughout its footprint, bringing the total contribution to more than $270,000, a 9 percent increase over last year.
“I’m very proud of the generosity of our team and the amount of funds raised for the United Way,” said Danny Conroy, 1st Source regional sales manager and a United Way campaign leader. “The contributions will help provide funding for a wide range of valuable programs within our community.”
“We are so grateful for the tremendous support of 1st Source Bank and their employees. Their generosity is truly making a difference for thousands of our friends and neighbors right here in Marshall County from our youngest children to the most elderly of our senior citizens,” said Linda Yoder, executive director for United Way of Marshall County. “Their campaign results are another strong measure of their commitment to the community.”
Seventy-four percent of 1st Source employees participated by making a contribution to the annual campaign. Employees were given the option of directing their donation to the United Way or an agency partner.
1st Source’s employees are active in the community, committing their time and money to organizations ranging from Habitat for Humanity to the American Cancer Society. In 2010, 1st Source employees volunteered more than 25,000 hours to more than 375 community organizations. Additionally, the bank contributed more than $840,000 to community organizations and projects in 2010.

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