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Bank on Kindness®

A Community-Minded Commitment from North Shore Bank

Thank You for Your Support
"No Act of Kindness, No Matter How Small, is Ever Wasted."

As a community bank, giving back is important to us. Our Bank on Kindness initiative finds meaningful, fun, and special ways throughout the year to carry out acts of kindness from The Bank of You.
 
We look for opportunities – big and small – in our communities to offer help to others and lend our support. North Shore Bank is a community-minded bank, it’s at the heart of what we do.

Thank you for helping us raise nearly $10,000 in two weeks for local Veterans!

Honor Flight LogosWe are thrilled to share the donation drive results from our Bank on Kindness campaign for Honor Flight organizations in northeast and southeast Wisconsin. 

A total of $9,690 was donated to support local Veterans, with community donations of $5,690 and the bank full matching dollars of $2,000 to each organization, Old Glory Honor Flight and Stars and Stripes Honor Flight. 

We are pleased with how the campaign went and grateful to all who supported the Honor Flights and paid tribute to our local Veterans. With your help, we raised enough money to cover the costs of 19 individuals to have the Honor Flight experience. Thank you!

The community had the opportunity to donate to the campaign from Nov. 1 – Nov. 14. Previous Bank on Kindness initiatives have raised funds for area food pantries as well as animal-related non-profits. Another give-back campaign cause will be announced in spring of 2022.

Our commitment to you

Whether our kindness crews are dropping off flowers to seniors or “thank yous” to teachers, firefighters, or volunteers, helping to pay for someone’s groceries or gas, or contributing funds to fill pantry shelves; we are happy to support the spread of kindness where we live and work.

Join us and discover opportunities to perform good deeds and lift one another’s spirits. When you do, feel free to include our #BankOnKindness hashtag. You can find us where you are in social media under @NorthShoreBank on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
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Grateful ‘For the Love of Animals’ Support

For the Love of AnimalsIn May 2021, North Shore Bank held a matching funds drive for local non-profits who care for the animals that bring us joy at Zoos and Humane Societies in eastern Wisconsin. 🐾
 
The online donation drive benefited the Door County Humane Society, Elmbrook Humane Society, Green Bay Humane Society, Milwaukee County Zoo, Wisconsin Humane Society (Milwaukee, WI), NEW Zoo & Adventure Park (Northeastern Wisconsin Zoo, Green Bay, WI), Ozaukee Humane Society, Racine Humane Society, Racine Zoo, Safe Harbor Humane Society (Kenosha, WI), Washington County Humane Society.
 
Customers and community members showed support for their favorite participating animal organization with a donation For the Love of Animals and North Shore Bank matched donations made between May 1 and May 31, 2021, up to $500 for each non-profit. As a result, together, we donated nearly $9,000.
 
We appreciate all who helped spread kindness with a donation – thank you.

Bank on Kindness Food Drive raised over $23,000 for Wisconsin food pantries

Food PantryThank you to everyone who joined North Shore Bank in spreading kindness to our neighbors in need!

With your help, our February 2021 Bank on Kindness initiative to spread goodwill in our communities raised over $23,000 for local hunger-relief efforts in Wisconsin.

Our customers, neighbors, and bank employees donated $17,236.50 to the drive and North Shore Bank matched for another $4,500 plus the bank donated $1,681.56 in groceries during this year’s Race for the Hungry events.

The funds raised were shared with nine Wisconsin food pantries: Paul’s Pantry in Green Bay, Family Sharing of Ozaukee County, Shalom Center of Interfaith Network of Kenosha County, Sussex Outreach Services, Food Pantry of Waukesha County, Racine County Food Bank, St. Joseph Food Program in Menasha, the Milwaukee Christian Center, and Hunger Task Force in Milwaukee.

With the success of this food drive, the bank plans to continue efforts to help our communities and will be announcing other causes and nonprofit partners in the months to come. More news of upcoming Bank on Kindness campaigns will be shared here and within our social media channels. We are grateful for any support you are able to give!
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