ALTON, Ill. – In collaboration with the office of the Illinois State Treasurer, state Rep. Monica Bristow, D-Alton, and state Rep. Katie Stuart, D-Edwardsville, will be hosting an I-Cash Event on Thursday, May 30 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Johnson Road Branch of the Six Mile Regional Library District, located at 2145 Johnson Rd. in Granite City.
“These I-Cash events are a free and easy way for residents to see if they have any unclaimed checks, dividends, refunds, or other properties being held by the state,” said Bristow. “I have hosted these events in cities and towns throughout my district to make it easier for residents to access this service, since many people are unaware that they even have any funds being held by the state.”
Bristow and Stuart’s I-Cash event is free and open to the public. Those who are unable to attend the event can also visit visiting https://icash.illinoistreasurer.gov/ to see if they or one of their family members has any unclaimed property.
“Rep. Bristow and I cover different parts of Granite City, so we are partnering up to ensure that all residents of Granite City are given the chance to see if they have any property the state is holding,” said Stuart. “Reservations for this event are not required, and I encourage everyone to come out and see if they or one of their loved ones may have unclaimed funds.”