December 22, 2020
The holiday season has long been a time of financial strain for many in our communities—especially this year. Those who have consumer loans at CS Bank and qualify have the option to skip a loan payment during the holidays. The proceeds from the nominal fee of skipping a payment often prove helpful to those whose cash flow takes a hit during the season. CS Bank President, Jason Tennant, believes the annual Skip-A-Payment program can not only provide financial relief for customers but also help families in need throughout the community.
Tennant announced that CS Bank donated $3,000 back to the communities the local bank serves, representing funds generated by the Skip-A-Payment program. The donations will allow various organizations to purchase necessary items for local families during hard times. “It’s a time of year many in our community struggle. This program is a win-win situation for both our customers and for those in the community during these tough times,” Tennant explained. “By allowing our qualified loan customers the chance to defer a loan payment, we are helping our customers who may need a little extra financial support during the holiday season. Earmarking those funds to a needed cause is a way for us to invest in the lives of friends and neighbors. We are truly proud to have created this program and hope that it will help generate countless smiles at this special time of year.”
A $1,000 donation was made to each of the following communities: The Flint Street Pantry in Eureka Springs, Loaves and Fishes in Berryville, and Mercy Mall food pantry in Harrison. All funds will be used to assist needy families in the markets CS Bank serves in Carroll and Boone County.
$1,000 to the Flint Street Food Pantry in Eureka Springs
CS Bank presented $1,000 to the Flint Street Food Panty in Eureka Springs. Pictured from left to right: President, Jason Tennant, CS Bank; Karen Timm, Flint Street Food Pantry Director
$1,000 to Loaves and Fishes in Berryville
CS Bank presented a check in the amount of $1,000 to Loaves and Fishes. Pictured below from left to right: Hannah Stone, CS Bank Marketing Director; James Myatt, CS Bank Berryville Market President; Lieu Smith, Loaves and Fishes; Jason Tennant, CS Bank President.
CS Bank presented a check in the amount of $1,000 to Mercy Mall.
Pictured below from left to right: Shawna French, CS Bank; Stacey Steiner, CS Bank; Courtney Roberts, CS Bank; Julie Barnes, Mercy Mall; Mandy Lowry, CS Bank; Katelynn Grant, CS Bank; Jozie Rudd, CS Bank.