WestStar Bank matches funds for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts | SummitDaily.com

WestStar Bank matches funds for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts

WestStar Bank is matching donations received to support Hurricane Katrina relief efforts up to a total of $10,000. In addition, the McCormick Tribune Foundation will match combined contributions at 50 cents on the dollar, for the first $2 million raised as part of its Hurricane Katrina Relief Campaign. This means a $100 donation can essentially become a $300 donation for relief assistance. All administrative costs will be paid by the McCormick Tribune Foundation so that funds can be distributed directly to disaster relief organizations that provide short and long-term aid to those affected by Hurricane Katrina. “It is still uncertain how many people will be affected by this catastrophic event. Our associates want to provide as much support as possible to the victims of the hurricane and have partnered with the McCormick Tribune Foundation to make each donation go even further. It is so important that we all pull together during this time of great need,” said Dan Godec, president and chief executive officer, WestStar Bank.Donations can be made at any WestStar Bank location across Colorado or can be mailed to: WestStar Bank, McCormick Tribune Foundation, Hurricane Katrina Relief Campaign, P.O. Box 1210, Gypsum, CO 81637.For a complete listing of locations call (970) 328-9700 or visit http://www.weststarbank.com. Customers wishing to donate funds from their WestStar Bank account may do so by contacting the call center at 1-888-468-6400.

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