Giving back is part of our DNA.
Giving Back Means Doing Good For Our Communities
A better way to be a good corporate citizen.
From our inception, community investment has remained important to our existence. Our local focus, our corporate policies, and our recruitment efforts continue to center on building up our communities for the betterment of all.
A Few Of The Places Where We Give Back
Preserve The Legacy Of The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) and First Business Bank recently announced an exciting partnership that names First Business Bank the "Official Bank" of the proceeds of the United States Mint Negro Leagues Commemorative Coins program. The alliance joins NLBM and First Business Bank in a comprehensive marketing strategy to encourage consumers to purchase the collectible coins released by the U.S. Mint for sale on January 6, 2022.
Our Community Contributions
Given To Local Communities Through Our Foundation In 2020
Total Hours Donated Last Year
Nonprofits Supported on Average Every Year
Investing in Meaningful Impact
Local Focus. Global Impact.
Over the past five years, First Business Bank and its charitable foundation supported community projects totaling over $2.5 million.
Our people are encouraged to support those organizations most important to them and make a meaningful impact in our local communities, both at our headquarters in Madison, Wis., and across the United States.
Making a Difference
CFO, First Business Financial Services Inc.
First Business Bank Charity Golf Invitational
Where Competition Meets Generosity
Local business leaders play a competitive game of golf while raising money for their favorite charities. Over its lifespan, the First Business Bank Charity Golf Invitational has raised more than $540,000 for nonprofits and we’re just getting started. The unique format involves a team entry fee that becomes a donation. Each golfing pair competes on behalf of a charity and the top five take home the winning donation money.
Leading with the Annual United Way Campaign
Contribution. Camaraderie. Community.
Each year, our employees contribute to their local United Way campaign. In fact, Corey Chambas, President and CEO of the parent company of First Business Bank, recently served as chair of United Way of Dane County’s fundraising campaign.
From organizing teams that go out and volunteer on community projects to building and supporting critical, needs-based programs for at-risk adolescents, this work every year unifies us in a shared mission to contribute to our communities and connect with one another.
A Few of the Achievements We’ve Earned
We gratefully accept the recognition that comes from our work in our communities. For us, it's more about the impact of our work that fuels our community support.
Our Employees Discuss Our Community Support
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