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    John Marshall Bank donates to Loudoun Interfaith Relief

    photoPresident of John Marshall Bank’s Loudoun Region Paul Bice presents Executive Director for Loudoun Interfaith Relief Bonnie Inman with a $4,500 donation for their emergency food assistance. Courtesy photo/John Marshall Bank

    John Marshall Bank presented a $4,500 check to Loudoun Interfaith Relief Nov. 20 in support of providing emergency food assistance to the neediest residents in the county.

    Bonnie Inman, executive director for Loudoun Interfaith Relief, received the donation from Paul Bice, president of the bank’s Loudoun Region, at the Leesburg branch of John Marshall Bank.

    Additionally, John Marshall Bank has announced they will be making several more charitable donations in the coming weeks.

    “We are proud to support such an important and worthy cause,” John Marshall Bank President Bill Ridenour said in a news release. “Giving back to the community and working with groups like Loudoun Interfaith Relief is a priority for the entire John Marshall Bank family.”

    Loudoun Interfaith Relief was formed in 1991 by volunteers from the area who realized the hunger needs of the community were not being met.

    These volunteers offered support to several groups of people including the working poor whose income is insufficient to cover basic necessities; the unemployed; the senior or the sick who cannot compete in the workplace; and the homeless who have no income and cannot afford a roof over their head.

    John Marshall Bank is completely committed to the communities we serve,” Bice said. “Loudoun Interfaith Relief is an inspiration to us all.”

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