(PRLEAP.COM) Summit Community Bank, known for offering customers creative online banking solutions, has launched a $10,000 cash giveaway contest targeted at helping Lansing-area non-profit organizations bring new community ideas to life.
Each organization participating in the $10,000 cash giveaway contest has a unique vision for impacting the Lansing community. Participants have submitted project ideas to help further advance awareness of their organizations goals and how it will impact the community.
Summit Community Bank has taken social media by storm, launching an official Facebook application allowing Facebook users to vote for their favorite Lansing-area non-profit organization. The Summit Community Bank Facebook Page features an informational voting ballot containing non-profit organizations eligible for the $10,000 prize. Facebook users are urged to vote for their favorite non-profit organization, creating a better chance their favorite non-profit organization will win the $10,000 grand prize.
Qualifying non-profit organizations included in the the Summit Community Bank $10,000 Non-Profit Giveaway include: Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence, Capital Area Humane Society, Habitat for Humanity Lansing, Big Brothers Big Sisters Michigan Capital Region, Haven House, Mother Teresa House, City Rescue Mission, Tomorrow's Child, Burcham Hills Retirement Community, and St. Vincent Catholic Charities.
The Summit Community Bank $10,000 Non-Profit Giveaway is aimed at advancing non-profit organizations in the Greater Lansing community. Users of social media are encouraged to vote and share the Summit Community Bank Non-Profit Giveaway voting application to help create online social awareness of the contest.
Summit Community Bank is a full service financial institution with banking offices in East Lansing and Okemos and a Home Loan Center in Lansing. Summit Community Bank specializes in free checking, online banking, home mortgage loan solutions, online business banking and more. The Bank was formed in 2002 by local business leaders with an emphasis on the customer and the community.