Each year around the holiday season, Bank Five Nine offers gift wrapping services to their communities, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to local non-profit organizations. This year, due to COVID restrictions, they were unable to offer these wrapping services. In lieu of the community gift wrapping proceeds, Bank Five Nine was still proud to donate $250 to each of these amazing local nonprofits totaling $3,250.
Bank Five Nine and their employees donate over 12,000 hours and more than $200,000 per year to local nonprofit organizations. The mission of their charitable giving program is to help meet the needs of the communities we serve by supporting nonprofit organizations that improve overall quality of life. Learn more about Bank Five Nine at www.bankfivenine.com.
Pictured in photo 1: Cheri Schadeberg, Bank Five Nine Germantown Branch Manager and the Germantown K-9 Fundraising Organization, Joanne Gindt, Sue Schilter, Gail Trapp, and her granddaughter, Lilianna McClain.
Pictured in photo 2: Joe Glomski, Bank Five Nine Hartland Branch Manager and Suzanne Thomas, President of the Hartland Kiwanis
Pictured in photo 3: Christa Gavin, Bank Five Nine Hartford Branch Manager and Kay Amland, Director of Development at the Washington County Humane Society
- Lucky Mutts Rescue
- Elmbrook Humane Society
- The Washington County Humane Society
- Kiwanis Club of Hartland
- Germantown K-9 Fundraising Organization
- Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County
- Friendship Circle of Wisconsin
- Falls Area Food Pantry
- Ozaukee Family Services
- Oconomowoc Food Pantry (3 branch donations totaling $750)
- Friends, Inc.