US Bank Foundation donated for flood relief efforts

Shad Walters, US Bank's Good District Manager with

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Dr. Aaron Crum, a well-represented Pikeville Medical Center Foundation for Quality Healthcare

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PIKEVILLE, Ky. - In response to the devastating floods in late July, the US Bank Foundation donated nearly

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$25,000 to support two local association organizations, Aspire Appalachia and the Pikeville Medical Center 

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Foundation for Quality Healthcare. I've lived in Kentucky all my life. I've never seen such damage

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to communities. The district manager of the bank said. Our hearts and hands are with Kentucky as bank

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employees help with relief efforts. It is a privilege to work with Aspire Appalachia and Pikeville

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Medical Center round the clock, making a difference in the lives of Kentuckians affected by the disaster.

The Pikeville Medical Center Foundation will implement a donation of approximately $15,000 to meet the needs of flood victims.

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Dr. Aaron Crum, Senior Vice President, Assistant CEO and Chief Medical Officer of Pikeville Medical Center,

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said, Committed to working with community partners such as the Bank. Homes destroyed, lives lost

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and hundreds of families in need of assistance. We are U.S. Appreciate the generous donation of the bank.

Aspire Appalachia plans to use the donation of about $10,000 to buy insulation and drywall for about 10 homes.

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Brittany Adams, Treasurer of Aspire Appalachia, has a good point: Our goal is to keep families safe from

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the elements as winter draws near. US We are grateful to be working with the bank and making a difference in the community.

It was reported that to assist organizations that serve communities through cleanup efforts, the U.S. Bank employees collected 

and distributed supplies for everyone and did a good job with a local pharmacy offering tetanus shots at the Martin branch.