Stillman Bank donates $15,000 with ‘purchase with a purpose’ campaign

Stillman Bank Vice President Retail Banking Kathy Yocum (left) and Stillman Bank Retail Officer Manager Ryan Spradlin (right) present the $2,500 donation check to Jeni Hardin, executive director - Foundation for Focus House and Brenda Mason, Focus House director. (Courtesy photo)

STILLMAN VALLEY – Stillman Bank recently ended their “Purchase with a Purpose” debit card campaign in which a $1 donation was made to local charities with every Stillman Bank debit card transaction up to $15,000.

Six local, non-profit organizations from the Rock River Valley received $2,500 from this promotion: Habitat for Humanity of Ogle County, Rockford Area Habitat for Humanity, Focus House, Rock River Valley Pantry, Veterans Drop-In Center and Village of Progress.

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Stillman Bank is an independently owned community bank founded in 1882. 

The bank has approximately $600 million in assets and operates full-service banking offices in Byron, Oregon, Rochelle, Rockford, Roscoe/Rockton and Stillman Valley.