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Guttenberg Outreach Donation

GUTTENBERG, IA - Community Savings Bank recently donated $5,000 to the build of  the Guttenberg Community Outreach Center.  

In this project, the Guttenberg Economic Industrial Development Committee will partner  with the Guttenberg Municipal Hospital & Clinics’ Family Resource Center to build a  Community Outreach Center that will expand services for the Family Resource Center  and Food Pantry, provide additional community meeting/training space, and allow for a  second-floor expansion to meet future community needs. 

The expansion will make room for community members to conveniently access  additional agencies, expand services the Family Resource Center can provide, and  create another option for a community space where up to 150 people can gather  comfortably. 

“As an employee of Community Savings Bank as well as a member of the Guttenberg  Economic Industrial Development Committee, I’m proud of our donation,” said Jackie  Lee, Community Savings Bank VP People & Culture. “The new Community Resource  Center is going to be an incredible addition to the community.” 

The need for expanded services through Family Resource Center has been growing  since the onset of the pandemic. The Family Resource center has assisted nearly  14,000 Iowans in the past 24 months through 11 different agencies. That number is  expected to grow to nearly 18,000 in the coming months. The current space has  become too small to serve the needs of the region. 

Community Savings Bank is a locally owned and operated community bank that was established in 1910. CSB has assets of over $580 million, and has locations in Cedar Rapids, Coggon, Dyersville, Earlville, Edgewood, Garnavillo, Guttenberg, Manchester, Marion and Robins. Member FDIC. 



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