Community Involvement

Responding to  Community Needs

Rebuilding Together Project Recap – Thank You All of Our Volunteers!

Minneapolis, MN - May, 2018 - A record number of team members put MidCountry’s Compassion value into practice on May 8 & 10. In partnership with Rebuilding Together Twin Cities, 58 MidCountry team members contributed their sweat equity to help deserving local veteran with home maintenance projects.

The homeowner has lived in the Bryant neighborhood of South Minneapolis for over 16 years. Her extended family has owned the house for over 70 years and she has the distinction of having been born in the house. She is a retired U.S. Army veteran, were she served as an Administrative Specialist and lives with a number of disabilities. Having repairs made to her home give her an emotional safety net and a stable environment that allow her to manage her disabilities and age in place.

The projects included priming, painting & staining, removing carpeting & laying new laminate flooring, fixing windows & doors, and kitchen demo and remodeling - to name just a few. 

Just a few hours of time, offered by people who care, provided the support necessary to complete maintenance work that will help the homeowner live more comfortably in her home. It’s safe to say the volunteers’ hearts were as full as the homeowner’s after the job was complete!

A special thanks to LS Black Contractors for partnering with MidCountry and providing the skilled labor needed to complete some of the construction updates required.

Rebuilding Together 2018

MidCountry Bank Honored for Community Involvement

MBA Community Champion Recognition LogoEden Prairie, MN – March 1, 2018 – The Minnesota Bankers Association (MBA) has recognized 38 Minnesota banks for their community involvement. Banks play a vital role in their communities and to honor and recognize their involvement, the MBA created the Community Champion recognition program.

MidCountry Bank is one of thirty-eight Community Champions that worked with hundreds of organizations in their communities, providing funding, volunteers, materials, supplies, or food for their neighbors.  Recipients of the recognition range in size from small community banks to large banks with multiple branches.

In total, these banks donated over $2.2 million to over 900 organizations including the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, United Way, Salvation Army, American Cancer Society, Ronald McDonald House, Special Olympics, Minnesota Business Venture, local schools, churches, and non-profits.  1,941 employees from these banks dedicated over 59,000 hours at variety of volunteer events or programs.

MBA President/CEO Joe Witt congratulated the recipients. “This extraordinary level of volunteer participation by Minnesota banks demonstrates their deep commitment to the communities they serve,” said Witt. “In addition to providing the capital that helps families and local businesses thrive, the banking industry’s record of supporting local programs is second to none. The MBA is pleased to recognize these 38 banks for their commitment to making a real difference in their local communities.”  

To view the full list of the MBA 2018 Community Champion recipients CLICK HERE

Suds and Survivors – $26,000 Raised for Adults Facing Cancer! 

September 21, 2017 - MidCountry Bank was honored to be the platinum sponsor for the 3rd Annual Suds and Survivors event supporting the Angel Foundation.  Dan Weninger, Senior Commercial Banker with MidCountry Bank and Angel Foundation board member, hosted the event at Theodore Wirth Chalet.

The event included hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, live music and raffle. Suds and Survivors surpassed expectations and raised over $26,000 for local families facing cancer. Everyone at the event had a great time while supporting a great cause!

Angel Foundation Suds and Survivors 2017
Dave Thompson, Chief Commercial Banking Officer and Dan Weninger, Senior Commercial Banker presenting a cash donation to the Angel Foundation.

The Hastings Team Did Not Let the Rain Cloud the Fun!

Customers in the Hastings community look forward to bringing in family members and grandchildren to be artists for the annual Chalk Art Contest.  This year the event took place Friday, July 21st, however the event had to be moved indoors due to inclement weather.  The children still made the best of the situation with their creations on poster boards. 

Approximately 15 children attended, and all received a MCB backpack with pencils, treats and info on Savings4Me accounts. The 3 top artists received Dairy Queen gift cards.

As you can see in these photos of the event, everyone had a great time!

Hastings Chalk Art 2017

MidCountry Bank Volunteers Support Rebuilding Together Project in North Minneapolis

BLOOMINGTON, MN – (June 2017) - Living our company values of Compassion, Honesty, Integrity, Excellence, and Fairness is a priority for the team at MidCountry Bank.  Our team was fortunate to have the opportunity to put the Compassion value into practice in the community on June 20. In partnership with Rebuilding Together Twin Cities, 42 MidCountry team members shared their skills and muscle power to construct a wheelchair ramp to the back entrance of the home, and build a two-tier retaining wall and stair rail to improve the front entrance as well.  Just a few hours of time, offered by people who care, provided the support necessary to do maintenance work that will help the homeowners have safe access to their home.  Even several of the neighbors driving by thanked the work crews for the improvements being made to their community.  

Rebuilding Together Twin Cities 2017

MidCountry Bank Proudly Sponsors the Randy Shaver Golf Classic

Bloomington, MN – (June, 2017) – More than one million people in the United States are diagnosed with cancer each year. MidCountry Bank is banking on a cure by partnering with the Randy Shaver Research & Community Fund.  Once more, MidCountry Bank helped raise funds to support research, prevention, treatment and other programs relating to the cancer community's needs through sponsorship of the annual Gala and Celebrity Golf Classic.

Randy Shaver 2017

Absolutely perfect weather ushered in a record number of participants on golf day.  MidCountry Team members volunteered at the MidCountry Bank sponsored hole, hoping to see a lucky golfer win the $10,000 cash prize for a hole-in-one

This year, the event reported grossing over $350,000.  Over 90% of the proceeds are used by the Randy Shaver Research & Community Fund to fund research and local cancer-related projects each year.  MidCountry Bank is proud to contribute to the battle against all types of cancer.  For more information about the Randy Shaver Cancer Research & Community Fund, visit their website at www.randyshavercancerfund.org.

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