U.S. Bank donates $700 to the United Way of the Mark Twain Area. Pictured from left: Frank Di Tillo, Executive Director of the United Way of the Mark Twain Area; Maggie Clavenna, Assistant Manager, Hannibal Downtown; Roy Hark, United Way Campaign Chair; Nikki Bush, Assistant Manager, Hannibal North; and Dawn Lowrey, AVP Hannibal Market. U.S. Bank continues its longstanding support of the United Way of the Mark Twain Area. The donation will be used in Northeast Missouri as the United Way continues its 80 year history of work towards increasing the capacity for people to care for one another. “We are very early in the campaign, and this donation from US Bank is tremendous incentive as we aim for the formal Campaign Kickoff on Sept. 7, in Central Park,” said Roy Hark, the 2017 United Way Campaign Chair. U.S. Bank contributes to the strength and health of area communities through the U.S. Bank Foundation and Corporate Giving. An integral part of U. S. Bank’s charitable giving is supporting community-based organizations, social services, art and cultural events of all sizes in order to highlight the diverse range of needs and interests found throughout the community. Total annual funding from both the US Bank Foundation and Corporate Giving reached $54.2 million in 2016.