Kitsap Bank donates $15,000 to nonprofits

Port Orchard-based bank contributes to 19 nonprofit organizations in Kitsap County.

PORT ORCHARD — Kitsap Bank, with headquarters in Port Orchard, has donated $15,000 to local nonprofit organizations as part of the bank’s Making A Difference For Our Community program.

For each hour that Kitsap Bank employees volunteered in 2017, the bank donated money to a nonprofit of their choice.

The nonprofit organizations benefiting from Kitsap Banks’ program are Coffee Oasis; Dove House Advocacy Services; Faith in Action; Great Peninsula Conservancy; Habitat of Clallam County; Habitat of Kitsap County; Harbor Wildwatch; Holly Ridge Center; Housing Resources Bainbridge; Jumping Mouse; Kitsap Humane Society; Kitsap Mental Health; Martha & Mary; Meals on Wheels Kitsap; North Kitsap Fishline; Olympic Peninsula Humane Society; Peninsula Behavioral Health; and Virginia Mason Foundation.

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