Forward Bank Goes Green for Power of Community Week
April 2, 2021
During the week of April 19-24, 2021, Forward Bank and others across the Badger State will participate in the Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA) Power of Community campaign to highlight the role banks play in the communities they serve.
Banks devote time, effort, and resources daily in support of their communities. In addition to participation in the WBA Power of Community campaign, Forward will be coordinating outreach efforts to reflect other celebrations like Earth Day (April 22) and National Financial Literacy Month. There will be a recyclable piggy bank project open to youth in each community with a Forward Bank office. Staff will also take part in environmental projects to support going green!
“While we continue outreach efforts in our communities, this week is something we always look forward to participating in,” said Megan Rosandich, Office Manager at Forward Bank in Marshfield. “It’s exciting to be a part of a larger initiative led by the Wisconsin Bankers Association.”
“Keeping the environment at the core of our focus is vital in our mission,” says Bill Sennholz, CEO. “In order to move our communities forward, we must think about sustainability and how our daily interactions impact the environment.”
Launched by the Wisconsin Bankers Association, the Power of Community campaign is a way that banks can celebrate the communities they serve, whether it's volunteering at a local non-profit, fundraising for a charitable organization, using a bank office to collect items to be shared with a local group, or participating in National Teach Children to Save Day.