Help Prevent Local Kids from Going Hungry
No child should go hungry in southeastern Wisconsin. To support the need to keep local food pantries stocked with kid-friendly foods, Port Washington State Bank is having a food drive from April 4 – 23. This effort is in conjunction with the Wisconsin Bankers Association’s Power of Community Week that runs from April 18 – 22 this year. This year will be the 5th annual Power of Community Week during which banks and associate member companies are asked to find ways to give back to their local communities. To participate this year, PWSB has planned a food drive to make a difference in the communities it serves.
What to Donate
Recommended donations include peanut butter, cereal, granola bars, fruit snacks, etc., and they can be brought to any PWSB lobby during the first three weeks of April. Please consider giving to our less fortunate children. All donations stay within the local community, specifically, Risen Savior Food Pantry, Family Sharing, Saukville Food Pantry, and Port Food Pantry.
DONATION COUNTS DOUBLE!
Port Washington State Bank will donate $1 per pound collected up to $1,000. For cash or check donations, the bank will match dollar for dollar up to $1,000.