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$10,000 donation to Howard County Community Foundation COVID Disaster Recovery Fund

posted on Thursday, May 21, 2020

COVID-19 DISASTER RECOVERY FUND DONATION: CUSB Bank is pleased to donate $10,000 to the Howard County Community Foundation COVID-19 Disaster Recovery Fund. CUSB initially donated $5,000 and challenged the community that they would match dollar-for-dollar donations up to $5,000. Since the challenge was put out, the community has generously donated $8,900.

Presenting the check to Ronda Hughes, Chairman, Howard County Community Foundation is Scott Thomson, CEO and President of CUSB Bank. Also pictured are CUSB employees (using social distancing guidelines, from left to right) Dawn Mensink, Lori Bronner, Brenda Mashek, Emily Dohlman-Govern, Jodi Rosendahl, Sarah Halweg, Wanda Rice, Holly Manske, Mike Drees, Austin Hrdlicka, and Shane Vokaty.  

The Howard County Community Foundation established the Disaster Recovery Fund COVID-19, to help those in our communities whose lives have been affected by the COVID-19 virus. 

If you’d like to help, donations can be sent to: Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa for Howard County Disaster Response Fund-COVID-19, 3117 Greenhill Circle, Cedar Falls IA  50613 or online at CFNEIA.org – click on ‘Give Today’, then select Howard County COVID-19 and you can make an on-line donation.

If you are in need of assistance due to the impacts of COVID-19, please call 563-547-9260 (Howard County Emergency Management COVID Fund Assistance Line). Leave your name and phone number and you will receive a call back about how you can be helped. Howard County Foundation, Howard County Emergency Management, and the Special Needs Association of Howard County are coordinating these efforts.

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