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West Plains Bank and Trust Company Gives $85,343 to Schools, Ozarks Healthcare

For eleven years, West Plains Bank and Trust Company has offered community debit cards to customers featuring designs for school districts where the bank has branches, and Ozarks Healthcare. The total for the program in 2023 is up $13,756 over last year, coming in at $85,343. Across the life of the program, more than $485,000 has been donated to local schools and Ozarks Healthcare by West Plains Bank and Trust Company.
West Plains Bank and Trust Company President/Chief Executive Officer David M. Gohn said the popular card program is simple. “Customers choose a design and each time they use their cards to make purchases at retailers, West Plains Bank and Trust Company adds to a donation, which is presented annually,” he explained.  “Our bank is committed to supporting education and healthcare in our local area. We are the only local bank with a community debit card program that gives back. These funds allow the recipients to pursue projects and meet needs that otherwise might go unfunded.”
Customers of West Plains Bank and Trust Company who would like to switch to a community debit card design should call the Bank to request one - 417.256.2147 in West Plains, 417.934.1047 in Mountain View, 417.469.5013 in Willow Springs, and 417.505.5110 in Houston. The cards are free-of-charge to customers who switch and to any new West Plains Bank and Trust Company customers.
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