Our commitment to caring and providing creative solutions doesn’t end with the banking day. Settlers bank has ongoing partnerships that have a profound and positive impact on our community. The Bank engages its staff in giving back by providing paid time off to participate in volunteer activities. Allowing each employee to contribute his time to the cause he supports most passionately leads to meaningful outcomes and genuine personal fulfillment.
Our bankers love to get out and ring those bells for those in need each holiday season. Like many things in 2020, this year bell ringing for the Salvation Army looked a little different, but Sb bankers still did their part — inviting those they know to make a donation via our virtual little red kettle. Thank you to everyone who made a donation!
An annual tradition returns! Elizabeth Blake, Universal Banker II at our Madison West location, coordinated the Holiday Give Back to provide a hot meals and necessities to Madison area homeless. Employees throughout the bank donated items to provide 30 meals and care packages. Thank you, Elizabeth, for coordinating this effort!
Settlers bank proudly served as title sponsor once again this year for the AFCH Radiothon. This year’s radiothon was a huge success with nearly $500,000 raised during the three-day event. Funds raised are used to support Child Life Programs that assist sick kids and their families during hospitalization.
Settlers bank was proud to serve small businesses impacted by COVID-19. “We’ve helped keep 5,200 people employed at 225 business by making $53 million in paycheck protection loans,” CEO Tom Spitz shared. “We understand that these small businesses are the backbone of our economy and believe that by working together we can keep our economy moving forward,” added Sb President David Fink.
Sb Mortgage lenders visited area law enforcement distributing donuts to show our appreciation for all they do to keep our communities safe. Pictured here are Kelli Ezzell, Sb Mortgage Loan Officer; Jen Krueger Favour, Captain of Madison Training; and Carissa Peterson, Sb Mortgage Loan Officer.
Elizabeth Blake, Universal Banker II, coordinated a Holiday Give Back to provide a hot meal and care packages to Madison area homeless. Our Private Banking team and others donated items which allowed Elizabeth to distribute 20 meals and 26 care packages which included snacks and cold weather necessities.
The caring team at our Appleton location adopted a Greenville family this holiday season. They had fun shopping for these thoughtful gifts that are sure to make the season bright!
Our Todd Bestor, VP Private Banking, joined in the fight to end hunger as a volunteer at Feeding America.
Sb bankers served up famously fresh-baked “Karen the Cake Lady” cinnamon rolls for community families during the DeForest Winterfest Weekend. Elves and Snowflakes from Ultimate Leap Dance Academy entertained little ones as they eagerly awaited their turn to chat with Santa. Proceeds from this annual event benefit the DeForest Windsor Area Chamber of Commerce.
Sb Mortgage lenders Carissa Peterson and Kelli Ezzell spent Giving Tuesday ringing in the season at our Salvation Army Adopt a Kettle.
Settlers bank David Fink, Cheryl Paul, and Ed Kinney were recognized by United Way for making a difference with their legacy of generosity and leadership. Key Club gifts comprise almost one-quarter of all dollars raised by United Way of Dane County annually and make an enormous impact on the lives of our neighbors.
Settlers bank was proud to sponsor Storyteller Jam 26. This amazing event featuring well-established and up-and-coming performers is all about raising funds to support Child Life programs at American Family Children’s Hospital.
United Way Loaned Executive Femi Sokoya visited our Windsor location to update our staff on the programs and progress their United Way donations support. Jimmy Kauffman, President of the Bank of Sun Prairie, shared his experiences working with United Way to assist the Sun Prairie community in the aftermath of an explosion in its downtown.
Bankers at all Settlers bank locations joined the fight against hunger today. Generous #Orange4SHFB sponsors donated 31 meals to the hungry right here in Wisconsin for each picture posted on the NBC15 Madison Facebook page.
Settlers bank is proud to join with Madison’s The Zone 96.7 FM and NBC 15 to promote this annual event that has raised $4,781,500 for the benefit of 185 area charities, with an estimated local economic impact of $41 million. Be there! June 15 – 23 at University Ridge Golf Course, Madison, WI.
Thank you to our Adopt a Class for visiting us today! Ms. Berkley’s kindergarteners joined our bankers in games to learn more about money. Our Tom Spitz, Laura Mael, and Trisha Thompson had a great time sharing these financial literacy adventures with our class.
Settlers bank was thrilled to serve as title sponsor for this incredible event again this year. Champions for kids joined together and raised a record-breaking $711,278 during the three-day, 39 hour radiothon broadcast live from the American Family Children’s Hospital.
Bankers at all Settlers bank locations joined the fight against hunger today. Generous #Orange4SHFB sponsors donated 28 meals to the hungry right here in Wisconsin for each picture posted on the NBC15 Madison Facebook page.
We are so happy to see Cheng and Sierra achieve their dream of homeownership. It was a joy to join with Classic Custom Homes of Waunakee, Nonn’s, RHD Plumbing and ABC Supply last fall to build the home’s frame.
Pictured: Laura Mael and Cheryl Paul
We were thrilled to be a part of this awesome event, helping every DeForest Area High School senior learn how to survive on a give life scenario and salary. Our Susan Fischer staffed the Auto station, guiding students through selecting the transportation that would meet their needs and budgets.
Thank you to our Adopt a Class for visiting us today! Ms. Berkley’s kindergarteners joined our bankers in games to learn more about money. Our Samantha Brown, Susan Fischer, and Jaime Rowe had a great time guiding the class through these financial literacy adventures.
Our bankers join staff and families at American Family Children’s Hospital to celebrate the $685,533 raised during Radiothon 2018. Funds raised will support sick kids and their families by providing meals, assistance with transportation and the Child Life Program that let’s kids be kids when they are in the hospital. Thanks to all #Champions4Kids
For the third year in a row Settlers bank will be title sponsor for the American Family Children’s Hospital Radiothon. For three 13-hour days DJs from Midwest Family Broadcasting’s Today’s Q106 and 93.1 JAMZ broadcast live from the lobby of the American Family Children’s Hospital to tell the inspiring stories of patients, families and staff. Join us and be #Champions4Kids
This year’s Madison Area Builder’s Career day was a rousing success with a record number of students attending. Our Carissa Peterson and Susan Fischer were on-hand to assist as attendees learned more about careers in the construction trades.
Our Ken Pesik recently visited the 8th grade Science class at Waunakee Middle School. This awesome group of students showed its appreciation by showering “Mr. Pesik” with loads of lovely hand-written thank you notes!
Our David Fink and Tom Spitz welcomed those lucky enough to get tickets to the Today’s Q106 Storytellers Jam! The bank proudly serves as sponsor for this amazing and unique live music event. Proceeds benefit American Family Children’s Hospital.
Our Bankers Go Red! The team at our Madison West location is wearing red today to bring awareness to heart disease and stroke. #MadisonGoesRed #WearRedDay
Don’t miss this awesome holiday light display open nightly from 5 – 9PM, now through December 31, 2017 at the Village Park, 400 E Main Street, Waunakee.
Rotary Lights are the culmination of months of planning and several work days by volunteer Rotarian including our own Ken Pesik.
You may have seen some familiar faces recently at Walgreen’s, DeForest or Old Sauk Road. Bankers from both our Windsor and Madison West locations rang bells to provide food, toys and clothing during the Christmas season and to help Americans recovering from all kinds of personal disasters worldwide.
Pictured: Lindsey Mehmeti and Ken Pesik
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