Local bank donates $10,000 to the Tioga Medical Center
Tioga, ND, December 13, 2021 - The Bank of Tioga is proud to announce its recent $10,000 donation to Tioga Medical Center to help with the remodel and needs in the long-term care facility.
“Tioga Medical Center is essential to the health and well-being of our community. We are honored to be able to give back to them in this way and help with the ongoing needs with the long-term care area,” said, The Bank of Tioga Market Senior Vice President of Community Banking, Savanna Hendrickson.
Tioga Medical Center serves Tioga and the surrounding area and was instituted for the primary purpose of administering complete health care. Restorative, physical, mental, social, and spiritual facilities are available to each individual admitted, to aid in recovery and enrich their life.
“Thank you again for thinking of the Tioga Medical Center for a donation. We greatly appreciate the support we receive from The Bank of Tioga,” said Tioga Medical Center President & CEO, Ryan Mickelsen. “This donation will make a significant impact in the remodel and upgrade to our end of life care room in our LTC. This space is a dedicated space that provides family’s the privacy to spend time and comfort their loved ones during the dying process. During the Covid outbreak, the need for this private and isolated space has been exacerbated and this donation is making meeting this need possible.”
About The Bank of Tioga: At The Bank of Tioga, we IGNITE PROSPERITY® by helping our clients do more with their money. Whether it’s saving a little extra cash each month or accomplishing a long-term strategy, our goal is to help you transform your financial life. The Bank of Tioga was chartered in 1951 and was acquired by TS Contrarian Bancshares Inc., an affiliate of TS Banking Group in 2014. With $350 million in assets, The Bank of Tioga is committed to supporting local organizations and reinvests a portion of its net income back to the community. Branch locations include Tioga and Crosby, North Dakota. For more information, visit thebankoftioga.com.