(Joplin, MO) – Southwest Missouri Bank, trustee of the W.R. Corley Memorial Trust, has announced the fourth year of availability of grants to qualified non-profit organizations. Eligible entities include those who provide services to the homeless and low-income populations in Jasper and Newton Counties.
“Bob Corley continues his spirit of generosity to our community, even after his death, by making sure his money is used to help those most in need of help,” said Chuck Brown, Senior Vice President and Trust Officer at Southwest Missouri Bank (SMB). “It is our honor here at SMB to make sure that his wishes are carried out.”
Grant applications will be available beginning March 20, and organizations can receive them by emailing Trust@smbonline.com or by calling 417.623.3424. Applications are due by May 1. Grants will be reviewed by a distribution committee and awarded in June.
“There are many deserving non-profit organizations in Jasper and Newton Counties and we look forward to reviewing this year’s applications.”
About Southwest Missouri Bank:
Southwest Missouri Bank is proud to be the largest locally-owned community bank in southwest Missouri. We have been a leader in offering quality banking services to our customers since we opened our first branch in 1979 in Carthage, Missouri. With 11 branches and more than 40 ATMs in southwest Missouri, we are proud to offer our customers the convenience, friendly service, and professional expertise expected from a financial advisor.
Chuck Brown, Senior Vice President and Trust Officer
Southwest Missouri Bank