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PWSB Hours Alert

We will be closed Monday, October 12 in honor of Indigenous Peoples' Day, formerly Columbus Day. If using Internet or Mobile Banking, please note that deposits and loan payments we receive will be processed on Tuesday, October 13.

Give today for a better tomorrow.

Whether it's from your car's console, your piggy bank or chance sighting on the street, we'd love to take your coin to help children in the area suffering from abuse, trauma or other hardships! Donate your coin to the Lakeshore Regional Child Advocacy Center from Thursday, August 20 to Saturday, September 19 at any PWSB branch. PWSB will match the first $1,000 in donations, furthering your generosity. 

STEPS TO PARTICIPATE

  1. Place your coin in a pourable container and make sure foreign coin and small objects such as paperclips are removed.
  2. Visit our locations page to find the branch nearest you.
  3. When you get the branch, either enter the lobby with your coin, or, call ahead for drive-thru options that might be available, such as our night deposit drawer or drive-thru drawer in the first lane of select branches. Numbers for all branches are available on our locations page. If you're in a hurry, you don't need to wait for the coin to be totaled, you can simply drop and go, and we'll take care of the rest!

WHY DONATE?

Lakeshore Regional Child Advocacy Center serves Ozaukee, Sheboygan and Washington County residents by providing critical services to protect children who may victims of abuse. They provide forensic interviews and medical exams to help identify cases of abuse or maltreatment. Beyond identification, they offer mental health services to aid children recovering from trauma, as well as child and family advocacy, ensuring that families have access to supportive services in the area.

If donating to a great cause isn't enough reason, you can also feel good about donating your coin and putting it back into circulation, something that's truly appreciated by all of your local businesses who accept cash and coin!

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