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October 6, 2020 | Article | 5 min Newsroom

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank announced today that it will donate $20,000 to school on World Teachers’ Day.

Phoenix, AZ – October 5, 2020 Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank, a member of Heartland Financial USA, Inc. (NASDAQ: HTLF), announced today that it will donate $20,000 to Academy of Math and Science – Camelback on World Teachers’ Day.

“World Teachers’ Day is dedicated to recognizing teachers for the important work they do to help our children learn, grow and succeed,” said Bill Callahan, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank's President and CEO. “It also serves as a reminder that this is a particularly challenging year for many of our K-12 schools, teachers and students.”

Through its partnership with the national nonprofit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, the funds are intended for the school to purchase much-needed tools and materials, so they can successfully and safely continue to operate.

“Whether school is taking place in the classroom or remotely from home, the need for additional school supplies, especially personal protective equipment (PPE), and technology is significant,” said Callahan. “Our hope is that these funds will give students access to the resources they need.”

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank's mission is to enrich lives in its communities. Earlier this year, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank contributed $100,000 to St. Vincent de Paul’s Family Relief Fund, Chicanos Por La Causa, and Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona in support of their response to challenges created by COVID-19.

Dubuque, IA – October 5, 2020 – “World Teachers’ Day is dedicated to recognizing teachers for the important work they do to help our children learn, grow and succeed,” said Lynn “Tut” Fuller, President and CEO of Dubuque Bank and Trust. “It also serves as a reminder that this is a particularly challenging year for many of our K-12 schools, teachers and students.”

Through its partnership with the national nonprofit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, the funds are intended for the school to purchase much-needed tools and materials, so they can successfully and safely continue to operate.

“Whether school is taking place in the classroom or remotely from home, the need for additional school supplies, especially personal protective equipment (PPE), and technology is significant,” said Fuller. “Our hope is that these funds will give students access to the resources they need.”

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank’s mission is to enrich lives in its communities. Earlier this year, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank, along with parent company Heartland Financial USA, Inc., contributed $200,000 to the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque’s Disaster Recovery Fund to help people most impacted by the outbreak, including seniors and low-income residents.

Overland Park, KS – October 6, 2020 – “This week, we celebrated World Teachers’ Day, a day dedicated to recognizing teachers for the important work they do to help our children learn, grow and succeed,” said Wendy Reynolds, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank's President. “It also serves as a reminder that this is a particularly challenging year for many of our K-12 schools, teachers and students.”

Through its partnership with the national nonprofit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, the funds are intended for the school to purchase much-needed tools and materials, so they can successfully and safely continue to operate.

“Whether school is taking place in the classroom or remotely from home, the need for additional school supplies, especially personal protective equipment (PPE), and technology is significant,” said Reynolds. “Our hope is that these funds will give students access to the resources they need.”

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank’s mission is to enrich lives in its communities. Earlier this year, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank contributed a total of $100,000 to Advent Health Foundation, Harvesters Community Food Network, Greater KC Foundation, and Northeast Kansas Fire and Ambulatory Services in support of their response to challenges created by COVID-19.

Denver, CO – October 6, 2020 – “This week, we celebrated World Teachers’ Day, a day dedicated to recognizing teachers for the important work they do to help our children learn, grow and succeed,” said Joanne Sherwood, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank's President and CEO. “It also serves as a reminder that this is a particularly challenging year for many of our K-12 schools, teachers and students.”

Through its partnership with the national nonprofit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, the funds are intended for the school to purchase much-needed tools and materials, so they can successfully and safely continue to operate.

“Whether school is taking place in the classroom or remotely from home, the need for additional school supplies, especially personal protective equipment (PPE), and technology is significant,” said Sherwood. “Our hope is that these funds will give students access to the resources they need.”

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank’s mission is to enrich lives in its communities. Earlier this year, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank contributed $100,000 to Denver Health Foundation, Denver Economic Development and Opportunity, and Food Bank of the Rockies in support of their response to challenges created by COVID-19.

Lubbock, TX – October 5, 2020 – “World Teachers’ Day is dedicated to recognizing teachers for the important work they do to help our children learn, grow and succeed,” said Greg Garland, President of Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank. “It also serves as a reminder that this is a particularly challenging year for many of our K-12 schools, teachers and students.”

Through its partnership with the national nonprofit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, the funds are intended for the school to purchase much-needed tools and materials, so they can successfully and safely continue to operate.

“Whether school is taking place in the classroom or remotely from home, the need for additional school supplies, especially personal protective equipment (PPE), and technology is significant,” said Garland “Our hope is that these funds will give students access to the resources they need.”

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank’s mission is to enrich lives in its communities. Earlier this year, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank contributed $100,000 to Lubbock to the Community Foundation of West Texas’ South Plains COVID-19 Response Fund, the YWCA and Open Door of Lubbock with additional donations in other West Texas communities in support of their response to challenges created by COVID-19.

Rockford, IL – October 7, 2020 – “This week, we celebrated World Teachers’ Day, a day dedicated to recognizing teachers for the important work they do to help our children learn, grow and succeed,” said Jeff Hultman, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank's CEO. “It also serves as a reminder that this is a particularly challenging year for many of our K-12 schools, teachers and students.”

Through its partnership with the national nonprofit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, the funds are intended for the school to purchase much-needed tools and materials, so they can successfully and safely continue to operate.

“Whether school is taking place in the classroom or remotely from home, the need for additional school supplies, especially personal protective equipment (PPE), and technology is significant,” said Hultman. “Our hope is that these funds will give students access to the resources they need.”

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank’s mission is to enrich lives in its communities. Earlier this year, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank contributed $100,000 to The YMCA of Rock River Valley and Galena Art & Recreation Center in support of their response to challenges created by COVID-19.

Edina, MN – October 5, 2020 – “World Teachers’ Day is dedicated to recognizing teachers for the important work they do to help our children learn, grow and succeed,” said Stephen Bishop, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank's President and CEO. “It also serves as a reminder that this is a particularly challenging year for many of our K-12 schools, teachers and students.”

Through its partnership with the national nonprofit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, the funds are intended for the school to purchase much-needed tools and materials, so they can successfully and safely continue to operate.

“Whether school is taking place in the classroom or remotely from home, the need for additional school supplies, especially personal protective equipment (PPE), and technology is significant,” said Bishop. “Our hope is that these funds will give students access to the resources they need.”

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank’s mission is to enrich lives in its communities. Earlier this year, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank contributed $100,000 to the Minnesota Disaster Recovery Fund (MDRF) for Coronavirus, TreeHouse, YMCA Twin Cities and Second Harvest Heartland in support of their response to challenges created by COVID-19.

Albuquerque, NM – October 6, 2020 – “This week, we celebrated World Teachers’ Day, a day dedicated to recognizing teachers for the important work they do to help our children learn, grow and succeed,” said Greg Leyendecker, President and CEO of Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank. “It also serves as a reminder that this is a particularly challenging year for many of our K-12 schools, teachers and students.”

Through its partnership with the national nonprofit organization AdoptAClassroom.org, the funds are intended for the school to purchase much-needed tools and materials, so they can successfully and safely continue to operate.

“Whether school is taking place in the classroom or remotely from home, the need for additional school supplies, especially personal protective equipment (PPE), and technology is significant,” said Leyendecker. “Our hope is that these funds will give students access to the resources they need.”

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank’s mission is to enrich lives in its communities. Earlier this year, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank contributed a total of $100,000 to YMCA of Central New Mexico; Albuquerque Community Foundation/United Way of Central New Mexico – Emergency Action Fund; United Way of Santa Fe County – COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund; Santa Fe Community Foundation – COVID-19 Response Fund; and United Way of Eastern New Mexico in support of their response to challenges created by COVID-19.

Fresno, CA – October 8, 2020 – Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank announced today that it will donate $20,000 to Roosevelt High School.

“This week, we celebrated World Teachers’ Day, a day dedicated to recognizing teachers for the important work they do to help our children learn, grow and succeed,” said Lo Nestman, President & CEO of Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank. “It also serves as a reminder that this is a particularly challenging year for many of our K-12 schools, teachers and students.”

Through its partnership with the national nonprofit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, the funds are intended for the school to purchase much-needed tools and materials, so they can successfully and safely continue to operate.

“Whether school is taking place in the classroom or remotely from home, the need for additional school supplies, especially personal protective equipment (PPE), and technology is significant,” said Nestman. “Our hope is that these funds will give students access to the resources they need.”

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank’s mission is to enrich lives in its communities. Earlier this year, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank contributed $100,000 to the Fresno Rescue Mission, Valley Children’s Healthcare Foundation, Cornerstone Community Care, and Fresno Police Chaplaincy in support of their response to challenges created by COVID-19. The bank also recently donated $10,000 to the American Red Cross for California wildfire relief.

Billings, MT – October 7, 2020 – Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank announced today that it will donate $20,000 to Hyalite Elementary School.

“This week, we celebrated World Teachers’ Day, a day dedicated to recognizing teachers for the important work they do to help our children learn, grow and succeed,” said Tod Petersen, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank's President & CEO. “It also serves as a reminder that this is a particularly challenging year for many of our K-12 schools, teachers and students.”

Through its partnership with the national nonprofit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, the funds are intended for the school to purchase much-needed tools and materials, so they can successfully and safely continue to operate.

“Whether school is taking place in the classroom or remotely from home, the need for additional school supplies, especially personal protective equipment (PPE), and technology is significant,” said Petersen. “Our hope is that these funds will give students access to the resources they need.”

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank’s mission is to enrich lives in its communities. Earlier this year, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank contributed $100,000 to Billings Food Bank, HRDC, Flathead Food Bank and Family Promise of Gallatin Valley in support of their response to challenges created by COVID-19.

Madison, WI – October 7, 2020 – “This week, we celebrated World Teachers’ Day, a day dedicated to recognizing teachers for the important work they do to help our children learn, grow and succeed,” said Brent Giles, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank’s President & CEO. “It also serves as a reminder that this is a particularly challenging year for many of our K-12 schools, teachers and students.”

Through its partnership with the national nonprofit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, the funds are intended for the school to purchase much-needed tools and materials, so they can successfully and safely continue to operate.

“Whether school is taking place in the classroom or remotely from home, the need for additional school supplies, especially personal protective equipment (PPE), and technology is significant,” said Giles. “Our hope is that these funds will give students access to the resources they need.”

Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank’s mission is to enrich lives in the communities it serves. Earlier this year, Arizona Bank & Trust, a division of HTLF Bank contributed $100,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of Dane County, Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Green County Emergency Medical Services, Sheboygan County Food Bank, and UW-Platteville in support of their response to challenges created by COVID-19.