My Bank For Good
SNBT is proud to be part of projects that enhance our communities. We care about MORE than just bank accounts, and show it through charitable donations and staff volunteerism. Our customers tell it best when explaining why they enjoy banking at The Stephenson National Bank & Trust - watch our video!
It means a lot to be Your Bank For Good:
1. Through charitable donations and staff volunteerism, SNBT accomplishes GOOD things in our communities.
2. We have been around for 140 years, and we will continue to be for years to come.
3. SNBT has all the accounts and services that you need to make this your one-and-only bank.
Are you looking for a charitable contribution from SNBT? Download and print our Contribution Request Form Please read the general criteria to be considered.
View our 2015 video that aired on WFRV Channel 5 which highlights SNBT’s appreciation for local organizations.
Celebrating 140 Years of Service to Our Community
Thank you to Stephenson Public
Library for inviting SNBT's
Banker Bear to be the honored
guest at storytime Teddy Bear Picnic
Ryan Olson, Kelly Klitzke,
James Bastien, Susan Brix,
Charlie Cappaert, Tim Stuass
walk in the Marinette Logging
& Heritage Parade.
Mike Kolasa makes a donation
| Dan Peterson displays the |
United Way Awards:
Mary Staudenmaier poses with
| Tim Stauss serves on the |
Board for the
Marinette High School
Athletic Hall of Fame.
Greg Salmen scoops popcorn
| SNBT employees were |
honored with this
certificate of appreciation
from Salvation Army for
their participation in the
Red Kettle Drive.
Brooke Frehse, Mandy Forney,
| Angie Uecke & Laura Rowe |
serve of the Waterfront Festival
planning committee and are pictured
selling tickets at the event.
Hilary Hass, Ann Martin,
| Bob Schwartz working at |
with the Lion's Club.
Elisa Rollo & Brooke Frehse
| Diane St.Martin serves |
Kettle Korn for the
Menominee Kiwanis at
Cheryl Shaulis &
| Perry Carlson, Diane Gromoske |
Matt Cairns, & Matt Cairns
walk in the Menominee parade
with a little help from their family.
| Daela Reiswitz, |
Lea Hubert, &
sell raffle tickets at the
M&M Tailgate Fundraiser.
| Dave Meyer & |
grill some burgers in
Wausaukee at the
Brat Fry event.
| Rainbow House |
presented this certificate
to SNBT in appreciation
to their contribution
over the years.
| JoJo Miller, |
& Karen Sunstrom
ring bells for
| Pam Murphy |
| Brenda Gruszynski, |
Tim Stauss, &
serving Brats in Crivitz.
| Dan Peterson & |
wife Barbara sell
tickets at Waterfront Festival.
| Bob Schwartz poses |
in front of the SNBT
tree at the
| Jenna Newingham |
& Banker Bear
celebrate 4th of July
| Dan Peterson hangs |
a banner with the
staff of Healthy Youth Coalition.
Through the examples below, SNBT is helping these organizations make a difference in our communities .
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The Healthy Youth Coalition (left) received a year-end donation which they plan to use to support their alcohol, tobacco, and drug prevention education and programs in 2015. “Our federal funding ends later this year so we will be relying on the generosity of organizations, businesses, and individuals to continue to carry out our mission,” said Sarah Hanson, Executive Director of the Healthy Youth Coalition.
|M&M Area Community Foundation (right) will use SNBT funds to encourage and provide opportunities for charitable giving to many non-profits in our area. SNBT’s donation will enable them to reach out and assist even more non-profits with understanding and applying for grants.|| |
Karol (center) and Tony Piatine (right) accepted a
Grant Award on behalf of Camp Daniel
| ||River Cities Community Pool plans to use the funds to help purchase equipment (left) for multiple swimming classes including: parent and child, preschool, and youth. Each year, its American Red Cross swimming lessons reach over 900 youth from Marinette, Menominee, Peshtigo, Wausaukee, and Crivitz.|
| ||Menominee County Historical Society (left) plans to continue with its Mission which is “To gather, preserve and disseminate history of this area for the enjoyment and education of young and old, residents and travelers alike.” SNBT’s donated funds are supportive to carry that out.|
|St. Anthony School (right) will add this donation towards the purchase of much needed science classroom equipment.|| |
| ||River Cities Habitat for Humanity (left) will use SNBT’s financial contribution to continue their mission to eliminate poverty housing by offering decent, affordable homes to families in need for the Marinette and Menominee Counties.|
Northern Lights Master Gardeners will be using their donation to support their yearly Spring Garden Conference. They will also put it towards their ongoing maintenance of The Harmony Demonstration Gardens.
WE CARE ABOUT MORE THAN JUST BANK ACCOUNTS…
SNBT’s commitment to being a community partner extends beyond the financial contributions made by the bank
- Charitable Giving:
- Bank Contributions: SNBT supports almost 200 area organizations with over $140,000 in annual contributions.
- Employee Contributions: SNBT employees themselves make monetary donations to the causes dear to their hearts and have pledged over $7,500 in 2015 earning the United Way awards: Corporate Advocate Award and You Raise Me Up Award.
- Employee Volunteer Pledge: Staff pledged over 9,135 hours of community service this year and a total of 98,130 hours since the year 2000.
- Scholarship Awards: SNBT awards scholarships totaling over $14,000 annually to local high school and college students.
- Sponsorships: SNBT proudly sponsors numerous public events throughout the communities in which we have offices. In addition, we support:
- Rent-Free Office Space for Local Non-Profits: The SNBT Community Center is home to 6 non-profit groups.
- Clothes Vault: Gently worn business-appropriate apparel is collected for area women entering the work force.
- Relay for Life Team: Each year, Team SNBT participates in supporting the American Cancer Society campaign.
- Educational Initiatives: SNBT educates youth and adults to help them better understand and manage their finances.
- Financial Education Award: SNBT has earned recognition every year for more than a decade from the Wisconsin Bankers Association for outstanding work in financial education.
- Educational Presentations: Through “Get Smart About Credit” and “Teach Children to Save” over 30 employees visit more than 50 classrooms giving financial presentations.
- Newspaper in Education: As a major sponsor, SNBT enables newspapers, educational supplements, and curriculum materials to be distributed to area schools.
- Consumer Alerts: Consumer awareness is key to combating fraud. Therefore, SNBT emails alerts about potential fraudulent activity and uses our website to share information to help protect customers.
- Employer Sponsored Presentations: We make presentations and hold seminars about a variety of pertinent issues. SNBT will come to your location to educate your employees on a variety of topics including: Retirement Planning, ID Theft, Reading Credit Reports, Budgeting, and other topics as requested.