North Shore Bank Collecting Financial Donations to Salvation Army Haiti Earthquake Relief Efforts
BROOKFIELD, Wis. – North Shore Bank today announced it is collecting financial donations on behalf of the Salvation Army’s Haiti Earthquake Relief Fund. Contributions, which will help the Salvation Army provide services to earthquake victims, can be made at any North Shore Bank office.
The Salvation Army has been serving in Haiti since the 1950s, and there is now an overwhelming need for food, water, and medical assistance. Funds collected at the bank offices will go to support these needs and the Salvation Army's efforts to mobilize personnel and resources to Haiti.
“We wanted to do something to help our customers and neighbors make a positive difference during this difficult time for the people in Haiti,” said Steve Steiner, senior vice president for North Shore Bank. “The donations will certainly help those hit hardest by the recent earthquake, and we encourage people to give what they can to help the Salvation Army assist those who have been affected.”
The Salvation Army is asking only for financial donations at this time, as it assesses what materials it may need for the clean-up effort created by the devastating magnitude 7.0 earthquake that shook Haiti on Jan. 12.
Each of the 44 North Shore Bank offices will collect relief funds beginning today and the effort will continue throughout the month of January. The bank will also match its employees’ contributions to the fund.
North Shore Bank’s metro Milwaukee branches include the following:
Bayshore - 5800 N. Bayshore Drive, Glendale
Brookfield Capitol - 15830 W. Capitol Drive, Brookfield
Brookfield Square - 15700 W. Bluemound Road, Brookfield
El Rey Foodmart - 1320 W. Burnham, Milwaukee
Forest Home - 5817 W. Forest Home Avenue, Milwaukee
Fox Point - 600 E. Green Tree Road, Fox Point
Franklin - 7151 S. 76th Street, Franklin
Grafton – 2301 Wisconsin Avenue, Grafton
Jackson Park - 4230 W. Oklahoma Avenue, Milwaukee
Martin Luther King Jr. Drive - 1900 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Drive, Milwaukee
Milwaukee Capitol - 7927 W Capitol Drive, Milwaukee
Mequon – 10806 N. Port Washington Road, Mequon
New Berlin - 12800 W. National Avenue, New Berlin
Oak Creek - 8701 S. Howell Avenue, Oak Creek
Pewaukee - 120 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Pewaukee
Shorewood - 3970 N. Oakland Avenue (at Capitol), Shorewood
Shorewood - 4414 N. Oakland Avenue (at Lake Bluff), Shorewood
Silver Spring - 10600 W. Silver Spring Drive, Milwaukee
Southridge - 5101 S. 76th Street, Greendale
Southwest - 9131 W. Oklahoma Avenue, Milwaukee
Sussex - W249 N6600 Hwy 164 (at Main), Sussex
Wauwatosa - 8706 W. North Avenue, Wauwatosa
West Allis - 10533 N. National Avenue (near Hwy 100), West Allis
North Shore Bank, headquartered in Brookfield, is one of the strongest banks in the country. It has assets of nearly $1.9 billion and 44 offices throughout eastern Wisconsin and northeastern Illinois. Current Wisconsin branch locations are in metro Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Appleton, Menasha, the Green Bay area, Burlington, Union Grove and Door County. North Shore Bank also has two Illinois State Bank offices in McHenry County, Ill. The bank opened its 44th office in Mequon, Wis., in September.
For a complete listing of North Shore Bank locations, visit www.northshorebank.com or call 262.797.3833 or toll-free 877.672.2265. Donations can also be made online at www.salvationarmyusa.org.
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