Security Bank employees are regular people that when called upon to help make a difference in our community do their best to come through in any way they can.
Security Bank employees raised $2,500 of their own money to support Make-A-Wish Oklahoma and to help fund experiences of joy for kids with life-threatening illnesses. The check was presented to Make-A-Wish Oklahoma during their live Stories of Light Radiothon with Dan Potter on KRMG 102.3.
Money was raised through a parking lot combat fundraiser. Six prime parking spots were auctioned off to the highest bidder. Employees also had a chance to purchase reserve parking spaces for the remainder of the year.
"The generosity demonstrated by our employees is truly remarkable," said Security Bank CEO Dawne Stafford. "They are always up for a challenge to give back to the community and support local organizations. We are proud to assist in fulfulling wishes for kids in the Tulsa area as they fight critical illnesses."
Thank you to the Make-A-Wish Oklahoma team for your dedication and passion to fulfill life-changing wishes for kids and families fighting critical illnesses.
You too can help support local kids during the Make-A-Wish Oklahoma Stories of Light Radiothon taking place at LaFortune Park through November 19. Learn more at the Make-A-Wish Oklahoma Stories of Light Radiothon.