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Corporate Spotlight: PNC Bank

Supporting hometown healthcare

September 23, 2019

PNC Bank, one of the nation’s largest, has been a part of the Kansas City area for 25 years through Midland Loan Services, a division of PNC Real Estate. In 2017, PNC expanded its operations with a focus on corporate and retail banking services, and has developed philanthropic relationships.

“The idea is to join forces with leading institutions, such as The University of Kansas Health System. By working together, we can make a positive impact on those who need it most,” said Kim Herman, PNC Bank director of client and community relations for Kansas City.

Tending to the banking and financial services needs of consumer and commercial clients in the Kansas City area is the primary focus at PNC Bank. But the company also makes it a priority to champion community development initiatives that enhance the quality of life in our region.

“At PNC Bank, we feel strongly about supporting the communities where we live and work,” shared Herman.

PNC’s philanthropic mission focuses on early childhood education, cultural enrichment through the arts, community development and human services. “The University of Kansas Health System is an important element of our community,” continued Herman. “The health system delivers quality healthcare services for area residents and promotes economic growth within the region.”

For the 3rd consecutive year, PNC Bank lends its support to The University of Kansas Health System by contributing to the 18th Annual Treads & Threads fundraising event. The hospital’s gala is widely known as one of the region’s premiere charitable functions with many esteemed local sponsors. Proceeds from this special night at Kansas Speedway will be used to expand and enhance care for patients at The University of Kansas Cancer Center.

Be a part of change in our community. By supporting The University of Kansas Health System, you help provide care for our communities and foster our medical breakthroughs. Call 913-588-2800 or visit

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