Lifestore and ACSC

Judy Current, director of Strategic Growth and Marketing, and Martin Little, Ashe Market President for LifeStore Bank, present Ashe Sharing Center Director Michael Sexton with the donation.

WEST JEFFERSON — Earlier this spring, LifeStore Bank challenged its customers to make the switch from traditional paper statements to online statements.

While switching to online statements holds a variety of benefits to the customer, the financial institution provided yet another reason to make the switch, LifeStore pledged to donate to help with hunger relief for each statement switched.

Online statements make banking more convenient, take away the worry associated with picking up the mail, the need to social distance and the fear of mailbox theft is removed with online statements. Plus, it’s good to know you’re saving trees too.

The need has never been greater to help people in the community, as food banks report record demands. This donation will assist in purchasing food and improving the refrigeration units at the Ashe County Sharing Center.

“We want to thank all of our customers who ‘made the switch’ and contributed toward supporting this agency who has continued their commitment to take care of our community by providing food to those in need throughout these challenging times,” said Martin Little, LifeStore Market President for Ashe County.

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