Hills Bank donates more than $18,500 to Iowa City schools
HILLS– The Classroom Cash program from Hills Bank recently donated $18,606.23 to the Iowa City Community School District Foundation. This funding benefits the foundation’s Excellence Fund, which provides annual grants to the schools. Classroom technology, visiting authors and illustrators, literacy materials, music programs and field trips are just a few examples of learning opportunities supported through the Excellence Fund.
More than $472,000 has been earned to date for all schools participating in the program, with over $195,000 being earned for the Iowa City Community School District.Classroom Cash empowers Hills Bank customers to earn money for the public school district or private school of their choice in our community. For every purchase made with a Hills Bank debit card, a donation is made to an area school. There is no cost to the school or the customer.. Approximately 20,700 Hills Bank customers are currently earning money for their schools of choice.
“A vital part of the Hills Bank mission is to give back to our community”, said Dwight O. Seegmiller, President and CEO, Hills Bank and Trust Company. “This program allows our customers to help by simply swiping their Hills Bank debit card. The more they use their card, the more our community schools benefit.”
For more information about participating in Classroom Cash, visit hillsbankclassroomcash.com or any Hills Bank location.