Berne, Bluffton, Decatur Ind. – First Bank of Berne donated $2,500 to Alive and Well. Pictured (l to r) are Jenilee Bransteter, Business Banking Manager; Christina Leistman, Bluffton Branch Personal Banker; Wendy Bailey, Executive Director of Alive & Well; and Cherish Kinsey, Director of Finance and Marketing at Alive & Well.
Alive & Well has instructors that go into classrooms and offer teens tools to make healthy choices and lead a fulfilling life. Their mission is to educate, inspire and empower young people, through highly interactive programs, to make healthy choices that will positively impact their physical, emotional, mental, social, and spiritual well-being. Alive & Well offers three days of mental health education and five days of healthy choices classes. They have programs for Fifth grade through High School.
Alive & Well will use the funds donated from First Bank of Berne to support their efforts to benefit teens in the community. Alive & Well is in Adams, Wells, and Huntington County school systems. The cost of supplies, packets, and interactive activities that help students learn is eliminated when someone donates to Alive & Well.
Alive & Well cannot reach young people without the support of the community. To donate or learn more about Alive & Well and how it impacts young people, please visit their website at https://www.aliveandwellteens.com/donate.