Middletown Valley Bank Contributes $2000 toward Washington County Commission on Aging Annual Campaign

The Washington County Commission on Aging, Inc. (WCCOA) is currently holding their first ever annual campaign. The campaign kicked off October 20th and will run until December 20th.  Middletown Valley Bank recently contributed $2,000 toward their $10,000 goal.  To date, the WCCOA has collected approximately $6,000.  A $10,000 naming opportunity for their Café is still available.

According to Amy Olack, the annual campaign is intended to help live the mission for years to come.  Olack says, “We support seniors and those with disabilities regardless of age through over 45 different programs and services.  We currently have multiple waiting lists of vulnerable County citizens awaiting services. There are real needs in our community and we do our best to help those that need us most unfortunately, our demand is higher than our supply.  We hope that this first campaign will be the beginning of many opportunities for the community to help us help their neighbors!”

In response, BJ Goetz, President & CEO of Middletown Valley Bank commented, “As a community bank we are proud to support local organizations such as the Washington County Commission on Aging. Their continued efforts to help our citizens is something that should not go unnoticed.  It takes all of us to help make a difference and we encourage others to take part in this initiative.”

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