A Midland State Bank leader recently was appointed to the Habitat for Humanity of Illinois Board of Directors.
David Noble, CRA and community development officer for Midland States Bank, was appointed to the board, which serves the nonprofit using a combination of skill sets, according to a news release from the bank.
“David’s knowledge as Midland States Bank’s CRA and community development officer brings a unique and needed perspective,” Habitat for Humanity of Illinois Director Paul Feith said. “His experience at Midland is a valuable asset to our board as we look to grow and find additional ways to service mortgages.”
Habitat for Humanity of Illinois’ mission is to support the Habitat affiliates in Illinois with advocacy, annual education opportunities and financial support, such as mortgage grants for families, according to the release.
Midland States Bank’s community development lending programs help to revitalize neighborhoods and provide capital to small businesses.
Midland is a community-based financial holding company headquartered in Effingham. As of June 30, the company had total assets of about $5.7 billion and its Wealth Management Group had assets under administration of about $3.2 billion.
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