Our mission is to provide safe and secure living environments for our nation's low-and-moderate income elderly population through the provision and administration of the nationally-acclaimed Senior Crimestoppers program. Funded exclusively by the banking industry, the Foundation enables banks a way to earn CRA credit through the sponsorship of this program in senior housing facilities, HUD communities, and Veterans homes in the forms of community development loans, CRA-qualified investments, and CRA-qualified grants. Read more about SHCPF or download our 2012 annual report.
Foundation and Partner News
David Summers, Chairman & CEO of Virginia Heritage Bank commented, "We are pleased to support Envoy of Woodbridge with practical tools to help their residents live with peace of mind. Prevention is the key to safety and programs like Senior Crimestoppers offer education, training, and support that provides preventative tools for their safety." Front Row: Residents of Envoy of Woodbridge; Back Row: Brian Decker – Chief Marketing Officer, Virginia Heritage Bank; John Bowers, Director or Member Services with Virginia Bankers Association; Betty Gillen, Chirf Retail Officer, Virginia Heritage Bank; Cindy McDaniel, Interim Administrator, Envoy of Woodbridge; Tessie Collins, Chief Compliance Officer, Virginia Heritage Bank; Doug Breeckner, Field Representative, Senior Crimestoppers; Kay Joest, Managing Director, Senior Crimestoppers
“Citizens State Bank is proud to be part of a program that will assist our elderly” said Ben Flencher, President of Citizens State Bank. “Many of these people and their families are customers of our bank and all of these men and women have helped shape our communities into who we are. CSB is happy to be able to help.” FRONT ROW: Lillie Krupka, Dee Orlopp – residents of Burleson St. Joseph Manor SECOND ROW: Beverly Broaddus, Lottie Tegeler – Executive Director of Burleson St. Joseph Manor, Ben Flencher – President & CEO of Citizens State Bank, Frances Maler THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Griffin, Deborah Hildebrand, Janet Kosh, Darlene Wolbrueck, Randy See, Cody Novosad (all from Citizens State Bank) BACK ROW: Dennis Griffin, John Smith, Tim Tietjen, (all from Citizens State Bank) and Norris McManus – Mayor of Caldwell
"The bank is pleased to offer the Senior Crimestoppers program to two wonderful senior facilities as a benefit for the purpose of preventing possible crimes from occurring and I think that is the key. I know Sabetha doesn't have a lot of crime but it is all about prevention. The plaque shows everyone that the facilities take care of their residents, and if we can prevent even one incident, it is all worth it. Our seniors have contributed a lot to this community and this is another way we can help the local community protect our elderly," said Kent Saylor, Sabetha Market President of The Morrill and Janes Bank & Trust Company. More
Westfield Bank is proud to partner with the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation to offer the Senior Crimestoppers program to senior residents in our community, Our promise of protection goes beyond safeguarding our customers. Westfield is committed to serving our community by ensuring that senior residents receive the protection they deserve, commented Westfield Bank Chief Financial Officer Matthew Berthold.
(L to R:) Annette Rotuno, Westfield Bank Compliance CRA Officer; Matthew Berthold, Westfield Bank Chief Financial Officer; Amy Donaldson, Samaritan Care Center Administrator; Kurt Kappa, Westfield Bank Senior VP/ Medina Market Leader; and George Clinard, SHCPF Vice President More
“At HomeTown Bank, we take special interest and pride in our community involvement. Upon learning about the mission and purpose of the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation, we positively accepted the opportunity to step in and enhance the program at Harbourview Care Center at South Shore through the support of Senior Crimestoppers,” remarked HomeTown Bank President and CEO Jimmy Rasmussen. More
With the support of our partners, the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation transforms the lives of vulnerable nursing home residents. It is hard to overstate the transformative effect a bank can have on the life of an elderly person by removing fear from their lives — fear of neglect, fear of theft, fear of needing equipment and not knowing where to turn.
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