Kirkpatrick Bank, a business bank serving Denver and Colorado Springs, will “make life sweeter” on behalf of their clients and friends this Thanksgiving as a sponsor of Project Angel Heart’s Cookie in the Sky event.
As part of their commitment, Kirkpatrick Bank will provide more than 300 nourishing meals for Coloradans facing cancer, heart disease, HIV/AIDS, and other serious illnesses. In addition, they’re helping to underwrite the cost for a variety of pumpkin-flavored desserts made by Project Angel Heart volunteer baker, Gary Sullivan, which will go to individuals and families facing hunger and food insecurity this season.
“We’re so thankful for our partners like Kirkpatrick Bank, who believe in our communities and the importance of giving back,” said Rachel Rooney, Corporate Partnerships Manager at Project Angel Heart. “Hundreds of people will receive medically tailored meals thanks to our partnership. And hundreds of others facing food insecurity will get to enjoy delicious treats.”
The sponsorship has been meaningful for Kirkpatrick Bank, as well.
“This partnership has been so rewarding for us in so many ways,” said Doris Rigoni, Denver market president. “It creates the kind of community engagement that makes a difference. We thank Project Angel Heart for all they do!”
About Kirkpatrick Bank
Kirkpatrick Bank is a business bank serving Oklahoma and Colorado with branches in Edmond, Oklahoma City, Colorado Springs, and Denver. The family-owned bank is known for philanthropic leadership supporting communities and the arts.