June 19, 2013
Minis & Company Donates Recycled Computers to West Broad Street YMCA
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA The Savannah Bank and Minis & Co, Inc. donated computers to the West Broad Street YMCA on June 17, 2013.
“We are pleased to be able to provide computers to the West Broad Street YMCA,” said Mark Allen, CEO of Minis & Company. “It is great to see them go to good use in the community.”
“The West Broad Street YMCA has a long tradition of serving the community and we know this will be a much needed tool to enrich the lives of those in need,” added Holden Hayes, president of The Savannah Bank.
“We plan to use the computers for our Pre-K program and for children from low wage earning families at the YMCA,” said Peter Doliber, executive director and CEO of the West Broad Street YMCA. “This is a great program and we appreciate the support the folks at Minis & Company and The Savannah Bank.”
The West Broad Street YMCA was founded in 1942 during legalized segregation, making it one of five Heritage Ys remaining in the country. Serving all of downtown Savannah, it has a special mission to help end generational poverty. Located in one of the most impoverished areas of Savannah where the median annual income is $8200 and there are over 600 children under 18, the West Broad Street YMCA provides early learning, after school tutorials and summer enrichment to hundreds of children each year.
With six offices in Chatham County and one office in Bryan County, The Savannah Bank takes an active role in supporting the local communities it serves. The Savannah Bank is a division of SCBT. Minis & Company is an SEC Registered Investment Advisor, and a subsidiary of SCBT. With assets of approximately $5.1 billion, SCBT Financial Corporation’s stock is traded under the symbol SCBT in the NASDAQ Global Select Market.
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