Security Financial Bank Celebrates the Power of Community

Security Financial Bank Celebrates the Power of Community

To celebrate the connections between local businesses, non-profit organizations, schools, and families to their hometown community bank, Security Financial Bank (SFB) is recognizing the Power of Community Week April 15-20, 2024. This week takes place during National Community Banking Month and National Financial Literacy and Capability Month.

"Our staff across all our branches will be engaging in volunteer activities all month to celebrate our commitment to the communities we serve," said Mark Oldenberg, SFB president and CEO.

SFB is proud to serve our community year-round, and some of the activities the bank will be participating in throughout the month include volunteering at Feed My People Food Bank, cleaning up the highway, reading to classrooms for Teach Kids to Save Day, offering mobile banking seminars, and offering free shredding of documents.

"The Power of Community Week highlights the collective impact of Wisconsin's banking industry," said Rose Oswald Poels, president and CEO of the Wisconsin Bankers Association. "Bank employees tailor their efforts to the individual needs of their areas - from giving financial literacy presentations in local schools to running food drives to volunteering in nursing homes - it shows how passionate they are."

For more information on the Power of Community Week and to see an interactive map of service initiatives around the state, please visit