Hills Bank makes Classroom Cash donations to local schools

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Hills Bank, as part of its Classroom Cash program, recently donated $1,302.55 to the Highland Community School District, $804.43 to Hillcrest Academy, $650.53 to the Lone Tree Community School District, and $4,271.56 to the Mid-Prairie Community School District.

These funds will be used to support programs and services that enhance student educational experiences.

Since 2004, $28,890.56 has been donated to the Highland Community School District, $22,656.06 to Hillcrest Academy, $16,859.41 to the Lone Tree Community School District and $97,581.45 to the Mid-Prairie Community School District.

Classroom Cash card holders have earned a total of more than $1.1 million for participating area schools. With every swipe of their Hills Bank debit card, more than 13,500 customers generate donations from Hills Bank to their designated public school district or private school in our local communities.

There is no charge to the school or to customers.

“A vital part of Hills Bank’s mission is to give back to our community,” said Dwight O. Seegmiller, President and CEO, Hills Bank. “This program allows our customers to help simply by swiping their Hills Bank debit card. The more they use their card, the more our community schools benefit.”

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