Kish Pink Zone

Kish Bank presented a $46,324 donation to Pink Zone during the recent CBICC Business After Hours event April 25. Taking part in the presentation were, from the left, Norma Oakes, 40-year breast cancer survivor, Wendy Oakes, Pink Zone Board member, Wendy Garlock, director, J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital Foundation, Dr. Deb Kelly, Ph.D., MRSC, Center for Structual Oncology, Penn State, N. Susan Woodring, executive director, Pink Zone, Penny Shope, breast health coordinator, J.C. Blair Women’s Imaging Center, and Greg Hayes, president and COO, Kish Bank.

Kish Bank presented a $46,324 donation to Pink Zone during the recent CBICC Business After Hours event April 25 at Kish’s North Atherton location.

The donation, the results of Kish’s annual three-week “Power of Pink” fundraising campaign to support Pink Zone, beat Kish’s record ($38,324 in 2018) and brings the grand total Kish employees have raised to fight breast cancer to $212,000 since 2012.

“Breast cancer touches the lives of so many of our team members, families and friends, and we are grateful for the important work Pink Zone does in our community to empower survivors and raise funds for breast cancer education, prevention, diagnosis, research and treatment,” said Greg Hayes, president and COO of Kish Bank.

Kish Bank is an $870 million regional community bank that operates sixteen offices and financial centers in Centre, Mifflin, and Huntingdon counties. Affiliates of Kish Bank include: Kish Insurance, Kish Financial Solutions, Kish Benefits Consulting, and Kish Travel. For additional information, please visit Kish Bank is a subsidiary of Kish Bancorp, Inc., trading under the OTC stock ticker symbol of KISB.


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