Fort Loramie Education Foundation awarded $2,500 grant from U.S. Bank


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Diane Magoteaux, U.S. Bank Fort Loramie branch manager, presents Brad Rethman, Fort Loramie Education Foundation president, a grant check for $2,500. Also pictures is Jim Maurer, a Fort Loramie Education Foundation committee member.

Diane Magoteaux, U.S. Bank Fort Loramie branch manager, presents Brad Rethman, Fort Loramie Education Foundation president, a grant check for $2,500. Also pictures is Jim Maurer, a Fort Loramie Education Foundation committee member.


FORT LORAMIE — U.S. Bank, through the U.S. Bank Foundation, has awarded a $2,500 grant to the Fort Loramie Education Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the education of students and residents of the Fort Loramie School District.

U.S. Bank’s community investment platform is centered on Work, Home and Play. By focusing on Work, Home and Play, U.S. Bank’s philanthropic and volunteer efforts can have a greater impact on the building blocks of thriving communities, which include stable employment opportunities, a home to call one’s own, and a community connected through culture, recreation and play.

“We are pleased to be able to assist the Fort Loramie Education Foundation in their mission for education,” said Diane Magoteaux, U.S. Bank branch manager.

U.S. Bank makes Work possible by investing in job skills training, small business development and college/career readiness.

“The Fort Loramie Education Foundation greatly appreciates U.S. Bank’s continued support as we strive to build a better tomorrow for our students,” said Jane DeLoye, Fort Loramie Education Foundation secretary. “The grant will go towards funding our motivational speaker who will educate youth on the importance of a healthy lifestyle and to provide techniques to handle pressure within their lives, their community or their family situations.”

About Fort Loramie Education Foundation

The Fort Loramie Education Foundation is a broadly based, non-profit community organization whose purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. Its charge is to operate for the benefit of all students, former students, and all persons seeking education whose parents have been or who presently are taxpayers in or residents of Fort Loramie School District. Visit Fort Loramie Education Foundation on the web at www.loramie.k12.oh.us/FortLoramieEducationFoundation.

About U.S. Bank

Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp (NYSE: USB), with $454 billion in assets as of September 30, 2016, is the parent company of U.S. Bank National Association, the fifth-largest commercial bank in the United States. The company operates 3,114 banking offices in 25 states and 4,875 ATMs and provides a comprehensive line of banking, investment, mortgage, trust and payment services products to consumers, businesses and institutions. Visit U.S. Bancorp on the web at www.usbank.com.

Community Possible is the corporate giving and volunteer program at U.S. Bank, focused on the areas of Work, Home and Play. The company invests in programs that provide stable employment, a safe place to call home and a community connected through culture, recreation and play. Philanthropic support through the U.S. Bank Foundation and corporate giving program reached $53 million in 2015. Visit www.usbank.com/community.

Diane Magoteaux, U.S. Bank Fort Loramie branch manager, presents Brad Rethman, Fort Loramie Education Foundation president, a grant check for $2,500. Also pictures is Jim Maurer, a Fort Loramie Education Foundation committee member.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/12/web1_Fort-Loramie-Education-Foundation-check-presentation-JF-Edits.jpgDiane Magoteaux, U.S. Bank Fort Loramie branch manager, presents Brad Rethman, Fort Loramie Education Foundation president, a grant check for $2,500. Also pictures is Jim Maurer, a Fort Loramie Education Foundation committee member.

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