From left: Bank OZK’s Michael Watts, Katherine Delgado, Lasha Marshall, Martin Ball, Kevin Beauparlant, and Larry McElroen
Bank OZK’s New York team joined the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York (NPCC) on March 28th for their annual member dinner. A great time was had by all, and a number of important issues were discussed and voted upon.
NPCCNY is a nonprofit organization that has served as a resource center for other nonprofits since their 1984 founding. They provide facilitation, advocacy, education, and more to organizations that don’t have the same financial resources as larger nonprofits.
Twenty four percent of these organizations have an annual budget of under $125,000, so helping hands go a long way. NPCCNY’s focus on equity and sustainability empowers them to stretch those dollars as far as possible.
Owing to our community bank roots, Bank OZK is proud to support NPCCNY. Thanks to them, thousands of nonprofits in New York City, Westchester, and Long Island have more power to help their neighbors.
Whether they run a small animal shelter in Little Rock or volunteer at after school programs in Manhattan, we love it when positive values are put into action.