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Countybank Foundation Donates $5,000 to Anderson Interfaith Ministries

GSA Biz Wire //March 8, 2024//

Countybank Foundation Donates $5,000 to Anderson Interfaith Ministries

GSA Biz Wire //March 8, 2024//

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Pictured (left to right) are Whitney Henderson, Customer Relations Manager for Countybank; Peggy Chamblee, Financial Center Manager for Countybank; Kristi King-Brock, Executive Director for AIM; Jimmy Fowler, Anderson Market Executive for Countybank; and Susan Anderson, Vice President of Development for AIM.

The Countybank Foundation, established in 1971 representing Countybank and Greenwood Capital, donated $5,000 to Anderson Interfaith Ministries (AIM), a non-profit organization that meets the needs of under-resourced individuals and families in Anderson County.

This most recent donation represents a long-standing partnership between the organizations and will go toward supporting the many programs AIM provides to support community members in need. “We are so thankful for the support we received from Countybank and Greenwood Capital,” said Kristi King-Brock, Executive Director for AIM. “Because of their investment in AIM we’re able to continue to give hope and change lives in our community.”

Countybank and Greenwood Capital associates have been actively involved in supporting AIM’s events and fundraising activities over the past five years. Countybank supports AIM’s annual Hats Off to Women event. Associates at Countybank’s Anderson financial center also participate in AIM’s annual Hearts for Helping fundraiser every February.

“The Hearts for Helping fundraiser is just one of many opportunities for our associates, and the community, to come together in support of a great cause that can positively impact someone’s life,” said Peggy Chamblee, Financial Center Manager for Countybank who is also on the Board of Advisors for AIM’s financial stability program, which includes the Volunteer Assistance (VITA) Program and X-Factor employment training. The Financial Stability Center is located at AIM and is a joint venture between AIM and United Way of Anderson County.

AIM’s programs focus on several areas, including financial stability, hunger ministries, housing rehabilitation, pivotal support, and the Women and Children Succeeding program. According to William Coxe, Private Client Advisor at Greenwood Capital, “We prioritize supporting local organizations that improve the lives of our neighbors. AIM provides that help to so many that are in need, and we value their presence in our community.”

AIM is a non-profit organization in Anderson, SC. Their mission is to connect people in the Anderson community with the support, resources, and education so they can empower themselves to become self-sufficient.

For more information about Anderson Interfaith Ministries, visit