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Heartland Bank's 17th Annual Charity Golf Classic Sold Out This Year!

Monday, September 01, 2014

2014 Heartland Bank Charity Golf ClassicWhat started out as an effort to help a few local children’s charities in 1996 has blossomed into a full-fledged annual fundraising event that has been gaining momentum in each of the last 16 years. Since that first golf outing in 1996, when the Bank made a small donation to the Licking County 4H Horse Council to last year when five local charities selected by the Bank collected a total of $25,000, Heartland has made benevolent donations of almost $320,000. Former recipients of funds from the Charity Golf Classic include Big Brother & Sisters of Central Ohio, Ronald McDonald House, March of Dimes, the Buckeye Ranch Foundation and Junior Achievement, among many others. 

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Reflecting Back on Past Community Support Events From 2013

Monday, December 30, 2013

Community support is a year-round endeavor for Heartland Bank and as we look forward to the start of a new year, we’d like to reflect on the events that we were blessed to be a part of in 2013. 

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Charity Golf Classic Making a Difference in Childrens' Lives

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Heartland Bank Charity Golf ClassicWhat do the following organizations have in common? Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Central Ohio – Ronald McDonald House – March of Dimes, Ohio – Directions for Youth – The Buckeye Ranch Foundation – Junior Achievement of Central Ohio – Grove City Kids Association – Masonic Learning Centers for Children with Dyslexia, Ohio 4-H Celebration of Youth – Victory Ministries for Children’s Outreach Program . All are charity organizations that support children? Yes. All have a connection to central Ohio? All have a very important story to tell? Yes. Most importantly, all have received financial support from the annual Heartland Bank Charity Golf Outing! 

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Heartland Bank is proud to be the official bank of CD102.5!

Saturday, August 17, 2013

CD 102.5 SummerfestAccording to www.dictionary.com, the definition of a partnership is as follows: the state or condition of being a partner: participation; association; and joint interest. And so it is with Heartland Bank and the alternative station, CD102.5. Both organizations participate in each others’ events, they promote their association with each other by following the Listen Local/Bank Local theme and both organizations have a joint interest in philanthropy and community service. Did you know that over the last 20 years that CD102.5 has donated nearly $1,000,000 to children’s charities in central Ohio through their CD102.5 for the Kids 501(c) (3) organization? Or that Heartland Bank is hosting their 16th annual Heartland Bank Charity Golf Classic this fall and since 1996 has donated $294,000 themselves to many of the same children’s charities? Yep, it’s a good partnership! 

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16th Annual Heartland Bank Charity Golf Classic

Monday, August 12, 2013

The Heartland Bank Charity Golf Outing was first held in 1996, with an event for nine teams  at Echo Springs  in Johnstown.  That year, Heartland proudly made a donation of $5,577.25 to the Licking County 4H Horse Council with the proceeds from that Golf Outing.  Throughout each of the next sixteen years, the Bank has made annual donations from $1,000 to $15,000 to local charities in Columbus and the surrounding communities.    Accepting donations in previous years have been organizations such as Jr. Achievement of Central Ohio, Grove City Kids Association, The Buckeye Ranch Foundation, Volunteers of America Ohio, March of Dimes Ohio, New Albany Community Foundation, Grove City Marching Band, the YMCA People Helping People campaign and Special Olympics Ohio. 

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