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Park Bank Donation Benefits American Family Children's Hospital

MADISON - Park Bank has donated $10,000 to the American Family Children's Hospital as part of the financial institution's Community Credit Card program.

 

Each year, Park Bank identifies a local charitable cause to benefit from purchases made by holders of its Community Credit Card. Park Bank donates 25 cents to the selected charity each time the card is used, no matter what the purchase amount.

 

The bank guarantees a $10,000 donation each year and this contribution represents funds raised in 2010.

 

"These gifts to the American Family Children's Hospital are very important as they provide the additional support that is needed to provide highly specialized, world-class health care for Wisconsin's children without compromise," said American Family Children's Hospital vice president Jeff Poltawsky. "Last year, more children than ever before were referred to American Family Children's Hospital from all over Wisconsin and beyond. Park Bank and its customer's support help us to serve more and more children with the expert care they need in a family-centered environment. From everyone at AFCH, we send our sincere thanks." 


Park Bank of Madison, Wisconsin, is a community bank with more than $800 million in assets, a growing network of 11 branch locations, and more than 200 ATMs throughout Wisconsin and beyond. Park Bank's dedication to its clients and its loyalty to the community it serves continue to fuel its expansion from its founding as a single branch in Madison 44 years ago.

 

Park Bank makes a donation to American Family Children's Hospital 
The check presentation: John Flad, co-chair, AFCH Advisory Board; Donna Katen-Bahensky, UW Hospital and Clinics president and CEO; Jim Hegenbarth, president and CEO, Park Bank; Kelly Lietz, vice president of marketing, Park Bank; Jeff Poltawsky, vice president, American Family Children's Hospital

Date Published: 12/16/2010

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