Community Giving

With nine locations in and around Dane County, Monona Bank is committed to enhancing the quality of life in all of our communities.

In addition to donations of financial support, our associates get involved with volunteering for a wide variety of projects that benefit numerous community organizations. For example, a group of associates volunteer at the Second Harvest Food Bank of Southern Wisconsin; others serve on financial and loan boards and committees to help local startups and other businesses get started on the right financial footing.

We believe our community support will have the greatest impact when our efforts are focused, especially given the limited budget that we have to help those who need it. Currently, we have been focusing our support towards local organizations whose work positively impacts the following needs in our communities:

  • Senior Services
  • Housing and Community Safety
  • Primary and Secondary Education (Athletics, DECA and other Child/Teen Groups)
  • Community and/or Economic Development

Some of the organizations we have been involved with recently include, but certainly are not limited to: Common Wealth Development’s Youth Education Program, Madison’s Olbrich Gardens, Middleton’s Good Neighbor Festival and MOM program, AtwoodFest, Monona Festival, the Monona and Cottage Grove Chambers, Monona Grove High School’s DECA, Music, Dance and various athletic teams, Madison Magnet Group, the First Tee Golf Group, Women’s Business Initiative, Madison Canopy Center, the Jazz Consortium, Monona and Pinney Libraries, Abundant Life Volunteer program, Immaculate Heart of Mary School, our Back-to-School Supplies and Cold Weather Clothing Drives and many more.

Click here to access the Contribution Form. After you have completed the form, you can scan and email it to or mail it to: Mark Schellpfeffer, Monona Bank, 5515 Monona Drive, Monona, WI 53716.

Just like we make every effort to help our communities become successful, we do the same for our clients. That’s why when faced with the choice of multiple worthwhile community groups that need assistance; many times the deciding factor is whether the group banks with us.

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