Sunflower Bank presented its annual donation – more than $200 – to the Barton County Children’s Miracle Network, an amount determined by customer usage of Sunflower Bank’s Health Care Professional debit card.
Specifically targeted for individuals working in the health care field – doctors, nurses, administrators, support staff and more – Sunflower Bank donates 5 cents to the Children’s Miracle Network each time a Barton County-area customer uses the Health Care Professional debit card. With each customer use of the Health Care Professional card, the bank’s donation rises.
According to Lynda Jamison, vice president – Sunflower Bank, the bank consistently focuses on providing new initiatives for important community initiatives.
“We recognize the long hours and tremendous amount of passion, effort and hard work that health care workers provide each year to our community,” said Jamison. “We’re pleased to present donation checks to health care organizations. as a result of our concerned,committed, customers.”
The Health Care Professional package is provided as a courtesy and a thank-you to anyone working in the health care field – and also helps give back to health care within the community. In each Sunflower Bank city, Health Care Professional cards help workers and professionals give back to their industry. In 2009, donations totaled more than $5,000 to various causes and organizations throughout the state.
Sunflower Bank is a $1.7-billion full-service community bank with headquarters in Salina, Kansas. Other offices are located in Colby, Dodge City, Hays, Junction City, Lawrence, Liberal, Manhattan, McPherson, Osborne, Russell, Topeka, Victoria and Wichita, Cañon City, Monte Vista, Pueblo and South Fork, Colo. and Leeton, Mo.