BB&T donates $1M for Matthew relief

Staff Report

WINSTON-SALEM — BB&T Corporation is contributing $1 million to Hurricane Matthew relief efforts in Central and Eastern North Carolina.

The company is also delivering truckloads of bottled water and cleaning supplies to affected communities, including Lumberton, Fayetteville, Goldsboro, Greenville and Wilson.

“We’re grateful our associates are safe and accounted for. But we also understand the need is still great in so many of the communities we serve,” said Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Kelly S. King. “Our thoughts and prayers are with all who are struggling to recover from Hurricane Matthew and we are hopeful this donation will help them get back on their feet soon.”

Clients who may have incurred storm-related overdraft, returned item, negative account balance or late loan payment fees can visit a BB&T financial center or contact BB&T at 800-BANK-BBT (800-226-5228) for assistance.

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