Staff members from Availa Bank's Carroll branch present a check for $250,000 to the St. Anthony Cancer Center co-chairs. Pictured are (front, from left) Jeff Scharfenkamp, campaign co-chair Mary Bruner, campaign co-chair Matt Greteman, (second row) Sean Haluska, Jackie Mahler, Jodi Opperman, campaign co-chair Barry Bruner, campaign co-chair Peggy Greteman, (third row) Sheila Johnson, Kenzie Wittrock, Jen Baumhover, Monica Schwardt, Jenny Peters, Mallory Bachman, (fourth row) Terri Vetter, Darci Opperman, Magie Wessel, Madison Stauffer, Becca Baumhover, Lisa Thompson, Sharday Eischeid, (fifth row) Lynn Riesberg, Bev Schultes, Shelle Mosher, Cindy Fay, Kristy Willenborg, Jim Hubers, Don Neary, Haley Drees, Cale Scharfenkamp and Bryan Moore.
Staff members from Availa Bank's Carroll branch present a check for $250,000 to the St. Anthony Cancer Center co-chairs. Pictured are (front, from left) Jeff Scharfenkamp, campaign co-chair Mary Bruner, campaign co-chair Matt Greteman, (second row) Sean Haluska, Jackie Mahler, Jodi Opperman, campaign co-chair Barry Bruner, campaign co-chair Peggy Greteman, (third row) Sheila Johnson, Kenzie Wittrock, Jen Baumhover, Monica Schwardt, Jenny Peters, Mallory Bachman, (fourth row) Terri Vetter, Darci Opperman, Magie Wessel, Madison Stauffer, Becca Baumhover, Lisa Thompson, Sharday Eischeid, (fifth row) Lynn Riesberg, Bev Schultes, Shelle Mosher, Cindy Fay, Kristy Willenborg, Jim Hubers, Don Neary, Haley Drees, Cale Scharfenkamp and Bryan Moore.

July 24, 2019

On July 19, the Availa Foundation presented a check in the amount of $250,000 to St. Anthony Regional Hospital.

The pledged funds will go toward the development of the 21,000-square-foot regional St. Anthony Cancer Center. The Availa Foundation is proud to give back to the communities that Availa Bank serves and partner with St. Anthony to build hope for the future, according to a news release.

St. Anthony Regional Hospital and Nursing Home was founded in 1905 by the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. Today, the organization is sponsored by St. Anthony Ministries and maintains a special relationship with its founders. St. Anthony has provided care to the communities in west central Iowa for more than 110 years and continues to fulfill its Franciscan heritage. Access to specialty physicians, the latest technology and cost-effective care set St. Anthony apart in effectively treating each individual’s physical, spiritual and psychosocial needs. St. Anthony has been recognized for excellence in quality and safety by CMS and Consumer Reports, according to the release.