F&M Trust commits $15,000 to SpiriTrust Lutheran in Pa.

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From left are Susan Rosenberg, chief investment and trust officer at F&M Trust; Warren Hurt, chief investment officer at F&M Trust; Alyssa Proctor, assistant vice president, investment and trust service relationship manager for F&M Trust; Matthew Berger, vice president, investment and trust services market manager for Franklin, Fulton and Huntingdon counties at F&M Trust; Rachel Herrington, executive director of the Village at Luther Ridge; Pat Fairbairn, resident and capital campaign volunteer; Emily Clarke, vice president of philanthropy for the Village at Luther; and Tim Henry, president and CEO of F&M Trust.

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa — In a continuation of its ongoing philanthropic initiatives, F&M Trust recently committed $15,000 to SpiriTrust Lutheran, The Village at Luther Ridge, a nonprofit senior living provider in Chambersburg, Pa.

F&M Trust donated the money to support the construction of the organization’s new 40-bed skilled care center, which provides resident-centered care for long-term and short-term rehabilitation patients.

F&M Trust provides hundreds of thousands of dollars annually to support organizations across south-central Pennsylvania.

A subsidiary of Franklin Financial Services Corp., F&M Trust is an independent community bank headquartered in Chambersburg. With approximately $1.2 billion in assets, F&M Trust has 22 community offices in Franklin, Cumberland, Fulton and Huntingdon counties.