D.L. Evans Bank has announced the 2021 Employee Directed Donation Initiative. This donation initiative gives D.L. Evans Bank employees an opportunity to nominate their favorite non-profit organizations in Idaho and Utah to receive a donation from D.L. Evans Bank. D.L. Evans Bank also added an additional 5% to each total in the employee’s name.
A donation amount of $5,250 was made to Utah Certified Development Company (CDC) nominated by Senior Vice President Utah Area Manager Bruce Ashcroft. The Utah CDC works as a partner with the SBA and a and a private-sector lender to assist small businesses in financing up to 90% of the purchase of long-term fixed assets, such as land, building (existing and new construction), and equipment. The purpose of this program is to contribute to the economic development of the community through job creation and contribution to public policy goals. The first goal the Utah CDC has is to assist in the expansion of existing businesses looking yo increase their operations. The second goal is to assist new businesses/employers who have found sound financial and management skills to increase the over all business base.
Pictured from left to right: Nicki Richards (Utah CDC Accounting Manager), Todd Madsen (Utah CDC Loan Underwriter), Rob Richards (Utah CDC President and Chief Executive Officer), Bruce Ashcroft (D.L. Evans Bank Senior Vice President Utah Area Manager), Caryl Eriksson (Utah CDC Senior Vice President Chief Operations Officer), Jadree Lehosky (Utah CDC Loan Assistant), Mikel Bowman (Utah CDC Senior Vice President Credit Manager), Janae Jones (Utah CDC Loan Processor), Jaylene Derring (Utah CDC Vice President Closing Officer), Kristy Torres (Utah CDC Executive Assistant), Dixie Spitale (Utah CDC Portfolio Manager).