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Bank for a Cause: Liberty Savings assists Homeless Shelter

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Bank for a Cause: Liberty Savings assists Homeless Shelter
   The Highland County Homeless Shelter and Liberty Savings Bank "are pleased to team up with one another for the betterment of our community and the best part about it is that you can help, too," said Homeless Shelter Director Mike Ballentine.
   "Through Liberty Savings Bank's new Bank for a Cause account, you can now help out your community while not sacrificing any of the outstanding services you receive from your bank right now. After opening and qualifying for the account, 1 percent of your total debit card purchases will be directly sent to the Highland County Homeless Shelter as they are the charity of choice for the month of November."
   The best thing is that the money is not taken from your account. Liberty Savings Bank makes that donation to help support their community.
   For more information, visit Liberty Savings Banks in Hillsboro, Lynchburg, or Wilmington.
Pictured are Jeff Meyer and Mike Ballentine.
The Highland County Homeless Shelter and Liberty Savings Bank "are pleased to team up with one another for the betterment of our community and the best part about it is that you can help, too," said Homeless Shelter Director Mike Ballentine.
   "Through Liberty Savings Bank's new Bank for a Cause account, you can now help out your community while not sacrificing any of the outstanding services you receive from your bank right now. After opening and qualifying for the account, 1 percent of your total debit card purchases will be directly sent to the Highland County Homeless Shelter as they are the charity of choice for the month of November."
   The best thing is that the money is not taken from your account. Liberty Savings Bank makes that donation to help support their community.
   For more information, visit Liberty Savings Banks in Hillsboro, Lynchburg, or Wilmington.
Pictured are Jeff Meyer and Mike Ballentine.
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