Warm Hearts Winter Drive raises $257,033

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(Photo by CAROLINE LOBSINGER) The Warm Hearts Winter Drive, hosted by Columbia Bank, exceeded its fundraising goal by raising $257,033 and garnered 6,42 warm winter items for 50 homeless shelters across the Northwest in the fourth annual drive. The Warm Hearts Winter Drive was created to benefit the growing number of people who are impacted by homelessness and are struggling to receive essential services during the region’s cold and rainy winter months. Pictured, Columbia Bank employees present a donation for $3,800 to Mary Jo Ambrosiani and Ann Gehring of Bonner Homeless Transitions. “We would like to thank our clients and community members for their generous donations,” said Paralee Gates, manager of the bank’s Sandpoint branch.

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