SPRING HILL, Fla. (December 6, 2011) – CenterState Bank announces its Spring Hill branch is serving as a donation drop-off point for two community programs – Hernando County Foster Program’s 2nd Annual Christmas Party and Shiloh Problem Solvers, Inc.’s 1st Annual Christmas Food Distribution – in an effort to help those in need this holiday season.
“We look forward to involving CenterState Bank employees, friends and family in giving back and are honored to have opportunities to support our community in two different but equally important ways,” says Sandra Isenhour, Spring Hill branch manager, CenterState Bank.
Boxes are available in the Spring Hill branch lobby for food donations until Monday, December 12 and for toy donations until Friday, December 16. Toy donations will be given to Hernando County Foster Program’s 2nd Annual Christmas Party, where more than 100 children will attend. Food donations will be given to Shiloh Problem Solvers, Inc. for its 1st Annual Christmas Food Distribution, an event providing Christmas meals to more than 500 families in Hernando County. For information on donation to either community program, please contact the Bank’s Spring Hill branch at 352-592-6868.
About CenterState Bank
CenterState Bank is a Florida-based community bank providing online banking, commercial lending, residential mortgages and investment services from 59 branches throughout the state.
For more information, please visit www.CenterStateBank.com.
Erin Pagán, Patterson/Bach Communications