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Home receives $2,500 donation from Synovus to help teen girls succeed

Presbyterian Home for Children announces it received a $2,500 donation from Synovus to help at-risk teenage girls build a promising future. The donation supports the Home’s Moderate Residential Care Therapeutic Program, which serves teenage girls who have previously experienced extreme trauma or neglect. Synovus also participated in the Home’s Sweet Home Soirée in Huntsville on May 11. 

“The Soirée gives the Home the opportunity to recognize individuals and organizations like Synovus Bank that have been faithful and impactful partners enabling the continuing care of the precious children and youth entrusted to our care,” said Doug Marshall, president and CEO of the Home.

“Synovus is committed to investing in communities to encourage purposeful and meaningful change,” said Synovus Division CEO Nelson Bean. “We’re proud to support Presbyterian Home for Children and its efforts to ensure all teenagers under its care have resources to reach their full potential.” 

Photo caption: PHFC CEO Doug Marshall (R) with Jonah Terry, a commercial underwriter with Synovus, who volunteered at Ascension Leadership Academy, the Home’s fully accredited K-12 school, while he attended Auburn University.

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