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Bank of America donates large check to Lily Pad

Jennifer Wilson Bank of America manager Jennifer Wilson Bank of America manager
ALBANY, GA (WALB) - An Albany center that serves victims of child abuse and sexual assault gets a grant from a bank.

Bank of America presented a 25-hundred dollar check to the Lily Pad Wednesday. Both sides are excited about their new partnership.

The Lily Pad relies on donations to keep their doors open 24-7.

"Expand the organization to get the supplies they need to help the kids and community whatever they need And help the organization grow," said Jennifer Wilson, Bank of America manager.

"Right away we will be able to use these funds to help these children go back to school with what they need," said Mary Allen, Executive Director at Lily Pad.


Lily Pad also plans to use the money so they can advocate for the children in their program. If you would like more information on how you can donate you can contact Mary Allen at (229)-435-0074.

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