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Centier Bank Presents a $1,000 Donation to the Center for Healing & Hope in Goshen

Last Updated on Dec 21, 2023

Michel Alvarez, left, presents the $1,000 community donation to Missy Schrock, right, at Centier Bank's Goshen Branch at 1716 Elkhart Road.

GOSHEN, Ind.- Centier Bank recently presented a $1,000 community donation to the Center for Healing & Hope (CHH), a faith-based nonprofit community healthcare center whose mission is to provide affordable healthcare and immigrant advocacy to meet the community’s needs.

Missy Schrock, Executive Director at CHH, said the donation from Centier Bank will be used to support Center for Healing & Hope’s first major capital campaign, the Welcome Home campaign, to purchase the medical building they are currently operating in at 400 W. Lincoln Avenue in Goshen. This building provides upgraded amenities, nine exam rooms, a comfortable guest lobby, flexible workspaces, modern medical equipment, and an abundance of natural light all on a trolley route centrally located near downtown Goshen. Patients are able to receive a welcoming experience that matches the level of care and hospitality they aim to provide.

“We are incredibly grateful to receive support from Centier Bank,” Shrock expressed. “We rely on partnerships like this to further our mission, and Centier Bank has been a champion for good in Elkhart County for many years. It is a meaningful relationship we hope to build on to create further good.”

Michel Alvarez, Centier Bank’s Goshen Branch Manager, said she is proud to support an organization that ensures low income, uninsured people in the community have access to affordable care and immigrant advocacy that can make a profound impact on their lives. 

“It's more than a donation; it's an investment in the well-being of our community,” Alvarez said. “We are proud to stand alongside CHH in creating a positive impact on lives in our community. This partnership exemplifies Centier's commitment to building a healthier and more inclusive future for all.”

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