Old National presents $6K grant to Ferdinand schoolNovember 6, 2019
From Local Sources
FERDINAND — Old National Bank recently presented Ferdinand Elementary School with a $6,000 check as part of the company’s annual Tools for Schools grant promotion.
The promotion is a companywide campaign created to help get the school year started right for countless students in need in local communities.
The Tools for Schools grant promotion was conducted during the month of September. Visitors were encouraged to visit Old National’s Facebook page to vote for a school to receive a Tools for Schools grant.
A voting page was created for each of Old National’s regions throughout Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, with participating school districts pre-populated to make the voting collection easy. 111,987 votes were cast for nearly 925 schools in five different states.
Grants for $1,000 were awarded to the schools with the most votes in each region. A $6,000 grant went to Ferdinand Elementary for receiving the most overall votes.
The grant promotion was the second phase of Old National’s Tools for Schools campaign. During the first phase, Old National hosted collection drives in July and August at its banking centers and invited associates, clients and community members to donate school supplies. Over 38,000 items were collected, allowing Old National to provide school supplies to more than 69 different community organizations and schools throughout its footprint to help students in need.
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