CharterBank donates to nonprofits

by Sarah Fay Campbell

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The Theta Lambda Lambda Chapter of Omega Psi Phi and One Roof Ecumenical Outreach were each awarded a $5,000 grant from the Charter Foundation.

Customers of CharterBank have chosen Bridging The Gap, One Roof Ecumenical Outreach, and the Theta Lambda Lambda Charter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity as the winners of the bank's annual Customer Voting Program.

Each organization received a $5,000 grant from the Charter Foundation, the bank's gift-giving arm.

Customers were asked to vote for their favorite charitable or community organization during July and August, and the top three vote-getters were awarded the grant.

CharterBank offers this opportunity to its customers in each community that it serves. Ballots were available at the Coweta and Fayette county branches and online.

The program is "a unique way for our customers to have a say in how CharterBank supports the community," said Regional President Ashley Schubert.



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