Wisconsin Bank & Trust Donates $25,000+ to Breast Cancer Recovery Foundation, Inc.

Wisconsin Bank & Trust presented a donation of $25,388.05 to Breast Cancer Recovery Foundation, Inc! The donation is the bank’s fifth annual donation to Breast Cancer Recovery Foundation, a Wisconsin-based non-profit that supports women at all stages of breast cancer through retreat programs and education held throughout the state.

Breast Cancer Recovery Foundation recently celebrated its 20th year in operation. Since the Pink Ribbon Debit Card program launched in 2012, Wisconsin Bank & Trust’s customers have made millions of “swipes” of their debit cards, each time generating a donation. This year’s donation is the largest yet!

“We’ve been honored to support Breast Cancer Recovery Foundation since the inception of this innovative program,” said Jill Mack, a Private Banker with Wisconsin Bank & Trust, who also volunteers her time as board chair of Breast Cancer Recovery Foundation, Inc. “I am honored to have a special perspective as both a board member at Breast Cancer Recovery and also a member of the Wisconsin Bank & Trust staff. The message I’d most like to deliver to the bank’s customers is how incredibly appreciated—and needed—these donations are.”

Megan Purtell, Executive Director of Breast Cancer Recovery Foundation, Inc., said, “We cannot thank Wisconsin Bank & Trust and its customers enough. Over the past five years—including this year’s record-breaking contribution—we have been fortunate to receive over $69,000 in donations thanks to the Pink Ribbon Debit Card program. We are enormously grateful to put those dollars to work to benefit women in need. We also thank Wisconsin Bank & Trust’s executive team and staff for their support.”

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