HORTONVILLE (NBC 26) — Wolf River Community Bank announced Monday it has donated $1,000 each to 25 local nonprofits and service organizations.
The collective $25,000 donated is in celebration of the bank's 25th anniversary in business, which falls on October 16.
The list of organizations that received a donation include:
· Dale Fire & Rescue
· Ellington Fire & EMS
· Friends of Mosquito Hill
· Greenville AMVETS Post 30
· Greenville Civic Club
· Greenville Fire & EMS
· Greenville Lioness Club
· Greenville Lions Club
· Hortonville American Legion Post 55
· Hortonville Commercial Club
· Hortonville Lions Club
· Hortonville-Hortonia Fire Department
· Junior Achievement of Wisconsin
· Mission of Hope House
· NAMI Fox Valley (Veterans Mental Health)
· New London American Legion Post 537
· New London Fire Department
· New London Lions Club
· Outagamie County 4-H
· Rawhide Youth Services
· Shadows on the Wolf
· Shiocton American Legion Post 512
· Shiocton Lions Club
· Shiocton-Bovina Fire Department
· Wolf River Art League
The bank said in a statement that some of the organizations noted the Wolf River Community Bank donation will be supporting projects such as life-saving equipment and vehicles to support rescue teams, housing assistance for those in need during the pandemic, veterans’ mental health, personal growth experiences for at-risk youth, financial literacy education materials for school-age children and conservation of the land in their communities, among others.
Wolf River Community Bank said it was founded in 1996 through a grassroots campaign, raising capital directly from community members, establishing Wolf River Community Bank as a locally-owned financial institution.
Through its 25 years in business, the bank has grown to service more than $300 million in local business and consumer loans. Today, Wolf River Community Bank has four locations in Wisconsin - Greenville, Hortonville, New London, and Shiocton - employing nearly 50 team members.