LAKE WALES, FL – As part of its 100-year anniversary celebration, Citizens Bank & Trust is pleased to announce 100 Days of Giving, an opportunity for qualified Polk County non-profit organizations to apply for part of a $100,000 grant fund.
Since 1920, Citizens Bank & Trust and its employees have been loyal partners with the Polk County communities they serve. “100 Days of Giving continues our tradition of making a difference by helping organizations that improve the lives of our neighbors,” said Jinx Chaney, Citizens Bank & Trust Board Member.
Organizations can begin submitting grant applications on September 14, 2020, at www.citizens-bank.com/100-days-of-giving/. All applications are due by October 9, 2020. The first awards, up to $10,000 per organization, will be announced in November 2020, with the final awards announced in 2021.
“Polk County is our home, and we strongly believe that it is our responsibility to take an active role in the communities we serve since we not only do business here, but live here as well,” said Citizens Bank & Trust President Greg Littleton. “As we celebrate 100 years in Polk County, 100 Days of Giving is a fitting way to demonstrate our enduring commitment to help make those communities better.”
Citizens Bank & Trust is celebrating its 100th year of financial stability in Polk County, Florida. Founded in 1920 in Frostproof, CB&T is a full-service financial institution providing personal and commercial banking deposit and loan products, along with Trust & Investment services. Branches are located in Auburndale, Bartow, Dundee, Frostproof, Ft. Meade, Haines City, Lake Wales, Lakeland and Winter Haven. For more information on Citizens Bank & Trust, visit www.citizens-bank.com.