Porterville, CA ––Bank of the Sierra is pleased to announce a Sierra Grant in the amount of $2,000 has been awarded to the Tulare Kings Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (TKHCC). The grant funds will be used to support the Financial Workshop Series which will consist of four presentations covering topics which include: how to obtain small business loans, setting financial goals and how to achieve them, how to protect your credit, foreclosure/short sales, and how to repurchase your home. TKHCC promotes business development, community outreach and growth of business.
The Sierra Grant Program is designed to improve the quality of life for the families, especially the children, who reflect the diversity within Bank of the Sierra branch communities. The Sierra Grant Program is focused on three areas: community services, park preservation, and education. Anyone involved in a non-profit program that is interested in a Sierra Grant can pick up an instructional brochure at any Bank of the Sierra branch, or visit the bank web site at www.bankofthesierra.com.
About Bank of the Sierra
With over $1.4 billion in assets and strong performance ratios, Bank of the Sierra is the largest independently owned community bank headquartered in Southern San Joaquin Valley’s Heartland. The bank serves 17 different communities with 25 branches, two Ag Centers and one SBA Center. For more information visit the web site at www.bankofthesierra.com or call (888) 454-BANK.