(Beaver Dam) A bank and a non-profit have joined forces to help those displaced by recent fires in Beaver Dam. American Bank, formerly American National Bank, is working with St. Vincent De Paul to help those displaced by the fatal fire this past weekend at the Executive Apartments. The two entities held a press conference Thursday announcing that online donations can be now be made. The fund was given a kick-start by a donation from Tom and Judy Heffron of Beaver Dam who are offering a $5000 matching grant to the Emergency Relief Fund through the end of the month. In addition to making online donations at americanbankbd.com, funds are also accepted at the St. Vincent Thrift Store on Dodge Drive and all three American Bank locations in Beaver Dam, during normal business hours.
Checks can be mailed to: American Bank, PO Box 438, Beaver Dam, WI 53916 or go online to:
Speakers take to the podium at American Bank in Beaver Dam to discuss the good that was done for those displaced by the events at Village Glen building 109 and the need now to assist those affected by the tragedy at the 600 West Third Street apartment fire.People interested in donating can do so online by visiting https://www.americanbankbd.com/help-dodge-county-st-vincent-depaul-emergency-relief-fund/ and clickin the donate now button.Donations will also be taken for household goods for those affected at the St. Vincent de Paul store in Beaver Dam.Monetary donations can be made in person at all three American Bank locations in Beaver Dam, or you can mail donations via check made out to SVDP Relief Fund and mailed to American Bank, P.O. Box 438, Beaver Dam, WI 53916
Posted by Daily Dodge on Thursday, April 12, 2018