Friday, December 23, 2016

Greenville Federal Supports United Way

The Darke County United Way is pleased to announce that Greenville Federal and its employees showed an increase in their giving to the 2016 United Way Campaign by 25.6% over the last year. “The majority of this amount is made up of personal contributions from the employees at Greenville Federal. Jeff Kniese and his staff have created an environment conducive to giving and caring for those in the Darke County community. That is evident when 91% of the employees made a personal gift. We are extremely grateful to Greenville Federal and the employees for their ongoing generosity,” stated Christy Baker, Executive Director for the United Way.

Greenville Federal also provides volunteer leadership for the United Way. Susan Barker, Senior Vice President and CFO for Greenville Federal, sits on the United Way Board and has volunteered over the last several years along with Betty Hartzell, AVP/Cash Management, to help on Allocations Committees. In addition, Brian Beam, Marketing Manager, and Corey Eagle, Collections Manager, help to spearhead a fundraising event for the Darke County United Way called Glow Hole ‘n Bowl which raised an additional $2,000.00 for the United Way Campaign.

On behalf of the Darke County United Way Board of Directors, we would like to give a big thank you to Greenville Federal and their wonderful staff for strengthening health, education and stability in this community. Darke County United Way served over 30,000 residents last year through their 24 non-profit health and human service programs in the county. To learn more about Darke County United Way visit

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