LAS VEGAS – Nevada State Bank donated 2,350 pounds of non-perishable food items to the Las Vegas Rescue Mission just in time for the holidays. The Las Vegas Rescue Mission provides meals, shelters and recovery programs to people in need. The Rescue Mission also operates a thrift store at 480 W. Bonanza Road.
“At Nevada State Bank, we continue to give back to the community. In addition to the canned food drive, many of our employees volunteer their time to serve meals at the Las Vegas Rescue Mission throughout the year,” said Craig Kirkland, executive vice president, retail banking officer and board member for Las Vegas Rescue Mission.
Nevada State Bank has supported the Las Vegas Rescue Mission for many years. Employees collect canned food items during the holidays each year and regularly volunteer to serve meals to thousands of men, women and children at the Rescue Mission. This year, employees and family members also participated in the Rescue Mission’s inaugural Walk a Mile in my Shoes event to benefit those struggling to survive on the streets of Las Vegas.
About Nevada State Bank
Nevada State Bank, with assets of more than $4.1 billion, is the largest state-chartered bank in Nevada. A full-service bank with 52 branches statewide, Nevada State Bank offers a complete range of consumer, private and business banking services. It is a subsidiary of Salt Lake City-based Zions Bancorporation (Nasdaq: ZION), one of the nation's premier financial services companies. With affiliates in 10 Western and Southwestern states, 136-year-old Zions Bancorporation has assets of $51.3 billion. For more information on Nevada State Bank, call 702.383.0009 or access www.nsbank.com.