Mechanics Bank Donates $25,000 to Shasta Regional Community Foundation for Carr Fire Victim Relief

Mechanics Bank (OTCBB: MCHB), who recently acquired Scott Valley Bank, has donated $25,000 to the Shasta Regional Community Foundation’s (SRCF) fire relief effort for victims of the Carr Fire.

“The Carr Fire in Redding has had a devastating impact on the community,” says John DeCero, Mechanics Bank President and CEO. “We recognize that the effects will linger well into the future. We are standing behind this community, with faith in its resilience, strength and determination to get back on its feet after almost unthinkable loss. We’re here for them and will continue to be here as the community recovers.”

Kerry Caranci, Chief Executive Officer of SRCF, says the organization has enabled its Disaster Relief Fund to accept donations towards the short and long-term recovery of neighbors and partners. The link for donations can be found on the Community Foundation’s website. The fund was initially established after the 2014 Boles Fire in Weed, CA to accept donations in response to fires and natural disasters that may affect the North State. Currently, donations will be directed for relief efforts for the active Carr Fire that began west of the Redding area.

“We’re humbled by the generosity shown by Mechanics Bank and all the donations we’ve seen for the recovery efforts in our entire community,” says Ms. Caranci.

The Community Foundation grants to nonprofit and government stakeholders to ensure that funds flow quickly to those most in need and establishes safeguards to secure proper distribution of the funds.

Questions and more information about this fund are available by contacting Ms. Caranci at 530-244-1219 or the Siskiyou County office at 530-925-3313.

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