SVB&T donates $25K to SWICACC

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Ryan Heim, SEVP & CFO, Springs Valley; Dianna Land, SEVP & HR & Marketing Manager, Springs Valley; Tammy Lampert, Executive Director, SWICACC; and Craig Buse, SEVP & CLO, Springs Valley.

By Herald Staff

JASPER — Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company donated $25,000 to Southwestern Indiana Child Advocacy Center Coalition’s Capital Campaign to assist with the establishment of a regional resiliency center through the remodel of the west side portion of the previous Fifth Street Elementary School in Jasper.

SWICACC has obtained the 1990 Addition of the Fifth Street school building to expand the child advocacy center and partner with other community nonprofits to ensure better outcomes for youth. The nonprofit child advocacy center covers Crawford, Daviess, Dubois, Martin, Orange, Perry and Spencer counties in Southern Indiana and will continue to use their satellite locations, however, this new space will provide the organization with space to expand services. SWICACC's Center on Fifth Street will have staff offices, on-site services and a training facility.

SWICACC’s mission is to provide a safe reporting location for victims of crime and their families with community-based multi-disciplinary teams providing support, promoting justice and helping prevent violence.

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