Farmers National Bank Donates to DCI's Building Project in St. Marys

(Pictured L to R: Tana Smith, Journey Health System Director of Institutional Advancement; Amber Lang, Farmers National Bank St. Marys Branch Manager; Fred Port, Farmers National Bank, Vice President & Sr. Relationship Manager in Commercial Lending; Bob Ordiway, Dickinson Center Capital Campaign Committee Chair & Board Member; John Dippold, Dickinson Center Capital Campaign Committee member; and Jim Prosper, Dickinson Center Executive Director)


Dickinson Center, Inc. (DCI), a non-profit organization and affiliate of Journey Health System, is thrilled to announce a generous $15,000 donation towards their St. Marys building project from Farmers National Bank. Thanks to the collective generosity of individuals, businesses, organizations and foundations, DCI has made remarkable strides in its fundraising for $1,174,101. Yet, they aim to reach their $1.5 million goal, with $325,899 left to secure.

DCI’s “Building for Tomorrow” capital campaign committee member John Dippold said, “This generous donation from Farmers National Bank exemplifies the crucial role community banks play in supporting rural America. Their ongoing dedication to the community is a testament to Farmers success.”

Farmers was founded on February 19, 1887 by a group of local businessmen to serve the needs of the growing community. By providing a practical and personal approach to business and lending practices, Farmers helps the people and businesses in our communities thrive. More information may be found at .

Fred Port, Farmers National Bank’s Vice President, Sr. Relationship Manager, Commercial Lending stated, "Farmers has the honor and privilege of supporting the organizations that make our communities a better place to live and work. Dickinson Center’s mission to help individuals reach their full potential with compassion, excellence and hope is a great fit for us in our commitment to our community relationships."

Dickinson and the campaign committee extend their hopes that others will join in supporting their cause, recognizing that every contribution brings them closer to their objective. With the dedicated efforts of DCI’s Building for Tomorrow capital campaign committee and ongoing community support, DCI is confident in achieving their goal, ensuring accessible, essential mental health care and wellness services for those in need. For more information on how you can join the momentum and contribute to Dickinson Center’s Building for Tomorrow capital campaign, please visit .