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Tracy Madvig, organization and business development manager with Black River Country Bank, left, delivers a contribution to Lori Chown, program director from Interfaith. The donation will assist Interfaith’s new Time for You Program, which aids the elderly and disabled in Jackson County.

Black River Country Bank has delivered a corporate contribution to Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers as part of its bank-wide community giving model, which has recently expanded to include a new employee giving initiative called WE.GIVE.

Interfaith was one of the first community organizations to become involved with the WE.GIVE. launch at Black River Country Bank, which is an employee-driven effort to do more to serve.

This new program will facilitate and encourage bank employee-giving relationships with different community organizations. Employees already volunteer for Interfaith’s Jackson United Mentor Program and its Visually Impaired Program.

This donation will help with the growth of Interfaith’s new Time for You program. Time for You is one of the many programs that Interfaith offers to assist the elderly and disabled in Jackson County.

Pictured above is Tracy Madvig, Organization & Business Development Manager with Black River Country Bank and Lori Chown, Program Director from Interfaith. This donation will help with the growth of Interfaith’s new Time for You Program. Time for You is one of the many programs that Interfaith offers to assist the elderly and disabled in Jackson County.

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