City National Bank and its equipment finance affiliate, First American Equipment Finance, have presented Touro University Nevada with a $10,000 donation to help fund scholarships. The donation was part of an event celebrating the university’s expanded Student Affairs division.. The expansion project of Touro’s new Student Affairs facility includes an additional 5,000 square feet of space to better accommodate its growing student population. Included are 16 new offices, 12 individual work stations and a 20-person conference room. The expansion also includes a private space for a new full-time psychologist for student counseling. Touro University has been a client of First American Equipment Finance, a City National Bank company, for 13 years. Touro has financed equipment, real estate improvements and software, and has recently been working with City National on a number of special programs for its students, faculty and alumni. The bank installed an ATM on campus this year.
NAIOP Southern Nevada Donates Supplies to School
NAIOP Southern Nevada collected approximately $700 worth of school supplies, including pencils, pens, notebooks, erasers and rulers, to benefit Howard Hollingsworth Elementary School. The donation was made to the school Aug. 27. The commercial real estate development association’s community service committee collected the school supplies during the organization’s last meeting Aug 20. Members of NAIOP will also donate checks in excess of $1,000 to Hollingsworth Elementary. For more information about NAIOP Southern Nevada or its community service efforts, visit www.naiopnv.org.
Smith’s Donates 3,600 Gallons of Water to Local Charities
Smith’s grocery stores statewide donated a combined 3,600 gallons of water to Southern Nevada charitable organizations Aug. 20, at the Smith’s located at 4600 E. Sunset Road. Organizations that will be picking up pallets of water include WestCare Foundation, The Shade Tree, Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada and Salvation Army. Smith’s has 37 locations and 14 fuel centers in Southern Nevada. For more information, visit smithsfoodanddrug.com.