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Central Bank to provide match for community donations up to $1m for St. Elizabeth Cancer Center

Central Bank has announced it will match community donations up to $1M to support the St. Elizabeth Cancer Center, now under construction in Edgewood.

The 233,000-square-foot facility will be the region’s leading comprehensive cancer center in Greater Cincinnati when it opens in the summer of 2020.

Rendering of the new Cancer Center, now under construction.

At the 40th annual Golf ParTee on September 10, the St. Elizabeth Foundation will kick off its cancer center community campaign. Central Bank will challenge the community to support the center and begin to match individual donations up to $50,000.

“Central Bank is proud to partner with St. Elizabeth Healthcare to improve the health of our region,” said Jim Uebel, Central Bank Market President for Northern Kentucky. “We are proud to be Northern Kentucky’s community bank and share our success by investing in the health of our family, friends, employees and clients.”

From prevention and screening to precision medicine and individually tailored treatment plans, the continuum of highly personalized care at the St. Elizabeth cancer center will increase early detection, save lives and improve quality of life for survivors.

“The community match from Central Bank will make a lasting impact on the health of Kentucky residents and beyond,” said Garren Colvin, St. Elizabeth President and CEO.

“We cannot express enough our deep appreciation for this generous support of our mission. With this investment, Central Bank will help us heal our community and improve the health of our region for generations to come.”

For more information regarding opportunities to support the cancer center or to learn more about the campaign, visit stelizabeth.com/cancer-center or contact the St. Elizabeth Foundation at (859) 301-3920 or to donate at this website.

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  1. Barbara Cunningham says:

    This is such wonderful news!

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