SFB Employees to Volunteer in Community on Columbus Day
Monday, October 1
In celebration of Columbus Day, Security Financial Bank (SFB) will be closed on Monday, October 8, 2018. But SFB employees won't be sleeping in during the federal holiday. Instead, employees are using the day off as an opportunity to volunteer in the communities they serve.
"As a community bank, SFB cares about the community. Columbus Day is a perfect opportunity for our employees to give back to various organizations and help to continue to make Western Wisconsin a great place to live," explained Paul Rudersdorf, SFB president and chief executive officer.
SFB has six branches in five cities throughout western Wisconsin as well as a corporate office in Eau Claire. Employees will be volunteering in the following locations:
Eau Claire Branch - SFB employees will be volunteering at the Eau Claire Children's Theatre pruning and weeding landscaping as well as cleaning, sorting items and painting inside the theatre.
Durand Branch - SFB employees plan to clean veterans' markers at the Veterans' Memorial and will paint the shelter and tables at Tarrant Park.
Bloomer Branch - SFB employees will stain 70 picnic tables and benches as well as park equipment in various Bloomer parks.
River Falls Branch - SFB employees will price merchandise and organize the store for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Ladysmith Branches - SFB employees will prepare and assist with Meals on Wheels for the Rusk County Aging and Disability Center.
Corporate Office - SFB employees will help Big Brothers Big Sisters with power washing and cleaning windows, painting outside and pulling weeds around the building. In addition, employees will help Habitat for Humanity move inventory and paint as well as assemble 1,000 financial literacy kits for the United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley.
Security Financial Bank is locally-owned bank focused on business and agriculture. SFB strives to provide products and services that exceed its customers' needs and provides guidance that enables them to succeed.