Waldo State Bank Gives Back in April
Giving back to the community is a rewarding part of our business, which we take pride in all year. We're committed to supporting the people who support us. In April, National Community Banking Month, which also features Wisconsin Bankers Association Power of Community Week, we had the chance to concentrate our efforts on causes that are especially important to our employees. They have a deep connection to these causes. Supporting our community is not only helping with monetary donations but using our time and talents to assist others.
We organized various volunteer projects, with each group choosing an organization they were passionate about. We’re thrilled to have made a positive impact in our community.
Our volunteer efforts included volunteering at a local blood drive, where our team rolled up their sleeves and donated blood to help those in need. We spent time with animals at the Sheboygan County Humane Society, socializing with those waiting to be adopted into their forever homes.
We worked with the Food Pantry in Plymouth on Monday, April 24, sorting food and stocking shelves. On April 29, you will find us at the Waldo Lions Club Annual Pork Chop Dinner. A great event that raises funds for the club that also gives so much back to the community.
Finally, we are sponsoring a shred event to help community members protect their identity by safely disposing of sensitive documents. It was a busy month, but incredibly rewarding to see the impact we were able to make in our community.
We're proud to have given back and hope our efforts inspire others to do the same. Check out the pictures from our volunteer projects to see the impact we could make, and consider joining us in giving back to our community.