For the fourth consecutive year, The Equitable Bank, Wauwatosa, will be helping to “Go Gold” throughout the month of September in support of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. All proceeds raised will go to the I Back Jack Foundation, a local Gold in September (G9) affiliate organization. The goal of Gold in September is to raise awareness and funding for pediatric cancer research and treatments.
“Equitable supports many area nonprofits and community groups, but this is one that our employees really rally around. We have coworkers who are affected by pediatric cancer, so it’s very personal for us”, said Rachel Schwab, Marketing and Brand Director.
All Equitable Bank locations will be promoting Gold in September by selling paper G9 icons and gold ribbons throughout the month. Many branches will hold bake sales and other events, including “employee jeans days”, to help raise additional funds.
For more information on the I Back Jack Foundation can be found at http://www.ibackjack.org/.
For more information on Gold in September (G9) can be found at http://goldinseptember.com/.
Founded in Milwaukee in 1927, The Equitable Bank is one of the oldest independent community banks in the area. The bank operates six branches in the metro Milwaukee area and is a local leader in residential mortgage lending.
Additional information about The Equitable Bank can be found at:
The Equitable Bank
2290 North Mayfair Road
Wauwautosa, WI 53226
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