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Forward Donates $55,000 to Local Charities During Guide Giving Campaign

Forward Donates $55,000 to Local Charities During Guide Giving Campaign

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November 24, 2021

by Jessica Miller

Non-profits are the cornerstones of our communities and rely on donations to further their missions. Forward Bank -- including Forward Insurance and Forward Investment Services -- gave away $55,000 to help them out! Forward employees nominated non-profits and charities in our communities that they felt needed additional support. Using our social media channels and printed materials, we encouraged our communities to vote and help guide our selection of one charity per community to receive $5,000. 

Chelsey Weegmann and Amanda Krueger of Forward Bank, Wendi Henke, Jodi Kaduce, Angela Miller, Leacia Ackerman, Brynleigh Krause, Brooke Krause. (Photo by Jessica Miller)

The top vote recipient in each market received a check for $5,000:

Athens – Youth Education Supporters (YES)

Colby – Abbotsford Sportsman’s Club

Greenwood – Learn a Lot Preschool

Marshfield – Hannah Center

Marshfield – Soup or Socks

Medford – Hope Hospice of Medford

Park Falls – Chequamegon School District

Phillips – AM Vets Ladies Aux Post #50

Stanley – Stanley Community Association

Thorp – Thorp Area Senior Citizen Center

Withee – Owen-Withee Booster Club

Office Manager, Chelsey Weegmann presented members of the Owen-Withee Booster Club with a check for $5,000. They are not sure what they plan to do with the funds, but are considering upgrading their huddle. 

Forward Bank is a customer-owned, independent community bank who operates to benefit its depositors while offering no fee deposit options, lower lending fees and rates. The Bank continues to be community-orientated by proudly supporting local clubs, businesses, sports, organizations, and schools. 

Forward Bank currently has offices in Athens, Colby, Greenwood, Marshfield, Medford, Park Falls, Phillips, Stanley, Thorp, and Withee. For more information, please visit www.forward.bank.


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