Foothills Community Bank donated $5,000 to the Good Shepherd Clinic recently.
The clinic provides free medical, dental, vision, hearing and wellness services and prescription medications to county residents who have no insurance or the financial means to pay for healthcare.
The donation was given Feb. 22 on behalf of CSB’s Community Foundation, a charitable organization established to provide much needed funds for important community causes.
“We considered many worthwhile organizations in the community and selected the Good Shepherd Clinic,” Adam Smith, Senior Vice President of Foothills Community Bank, said. “Their selection was based, in large part, on the important and life-changing services the clinic provides to our community.”
The donation represents one of the most significant donations by a Dawson County business since the clinic opened in 2009.
“The donation will help the clinic assist a growing number of patients in the future,” board chair Jane Stuckey said.