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  • Once again GreenLeaf Bank is partnering with local schools to collect supplies to bene­fit area children in need. School supply items can be dropped off at either GreenLeaf Bank location beginning July 1 through the 31st .

    Thank you for your consideration and generosity!

    Here is a list of needed items:

    • Wide-Ruled Notebooks

    • Folders

    • Pencil Box/Pouch

    • Scissors

    • Washable Markers

    • Crayola Crayons

    • Colored Pencils

    • Pens

    • Pencils

    • Erasers

    • Highlighters

    • Index Cards

    • Dry Erase Markers

    • Glue Sticks

    • Glue Bottles

    • 3 Ring Binders

    • Post-It Notes

    • Rulers

    • Backpacks

    • Loose Leaf Paper

    • Pencil Sharpener

    • Tissues

    • Lysol/Clorox Wipes

  • Bank donates to local non-profit.

    GreenLeaf Bank hosts a Jeans Day fundraiser on the first Friday each month. Staff wear jeans for a $5 donation to local charities. GreenLeaf Bank then matches their donation. The most recent recipient Mary’s Missions, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization working on behalf of the homeless, veterans, and Native American women & children.

    Pictured here Mary Ehnerd accepts a $740 check from bank Director of Strategic Partnerships Michael Krutz.

  • Last Friday GreenLeaf Bank hosted a brat fry fundraiser at Dick's Family Foods benefiting Tiger Strong Sting Cancer.

    Thanks to bank staff for contributing to a successful event. Thanks also to everyone who contributed by purchasing a brat or burger! Here team members Scott and Steve work the hut while Bob grills burgers and brats.

  • Brat on Grill

    On Friday, June 7th, GreenLeaf Bank will be hosting a brat fry fundraiser at Dick's Family Foods in Wrightstown.  All proceeds will be donated to Tiger Strong Sting Cancer. 

    Stop by the booth between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm to order brats, hotdogs, or hamburgers for $3.00 or cheeseburgers for $3.50.

  • For more than 25 years GreenLeaf Bank has supported local high school graduates by awarding four $500 scholarships to Wrightstown High School seniors. The scholarships were accepted at Wrightstown High School’s award ceremony May 22nd. The awards can be used for higher education at a college, university, or technical school. Michael Krutz (left) presented the scholarships to this year’s recipients:

    Benjamin Zemple

    A.J. Leung

    Amber Radtke

    Charles Garvey

    Congratulations and good luck to all 2024 graduates!

  • Celebrating Community Banking visit our Facebook page for details.
    We're celebrating Community Banking Week April 15-20. Each day that week we’ll award a lucky Facebook follower a $50 gift card to a local!  The Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA) encourages all banks to celebrate the “Power of Community”. Our goal is to encourage everyone to Shop Local, Eat Local and Bank Local. For a chance to win, just follow our Facebook page.
  • We are pleased to announce GreenLeaf Bank will once again award four – $500 scholarships to high school seniors graduating in the spring of 2024. The scholarship can be used for college, university, or technical schooling.

    Eligible students will be graduates of an area high school, complete the scholarship application, provide school transcripts and provide a written essay. The deadline for submission is Friday, April 12.

    Click here for 2024 Scholarship Form

  • GreenLeaf Bank recently donated $470 to One Wrightstown!

    GreenLeaf Bank hosts a Jeans Day fundraiser on the first Friday each month. Staff wear jeans for a $5 donation to local charities. GreenLeaf Bank then matches their donation. The most recent recipient, One Wrightstown, received $470!

    One Wrightstown provides essentials such as boots, jackets, backpacks as well as emergency shelter needs, etc to families who do not have the means.

    Joining GreenLeaf Bank staff Jennifer Gay (left) and Michael Krutz (next) is Jenny Vander Zanden (One Wrightstown board member) and her son.

  • USDA Grants Available

     U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced a $420 million fund for projects invested in local and regional food systems. The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) will award $27 million in grant funding. Successful projects expand capacity and infrastructure for processing, manufacturing, storing, transporting, wholesaling, and distribution of locally and regionally produced food products, including crops, dairy, grains for human consumption, aquaculture, and other value-added food products.‚Äč

    Grant programs will focus on:

    • Expand processing capacity and distribution of agricultural products to create more and better producers.

    • Modernize manufacturing, tracking, storage, and information technology systems.

    • Enhance worker safety through adoption of new technologies.

    • Improve training opportunities.

    • Support construction of a new facility.

    • Modernize or expand an existing facility.

    • Construction of wastewater management structures.

    • Modernize processing that reduces greenhouse gas emissions, increases efficiency in water use,

    Wisconsin RFSI Program applicants can access Request for Proposals Full proposals for both tracks are due by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6, 2024.

    Resilient Food Systems Infrastructure Program details

    Or, call a GreenLeaf Bank Lender: 920-864-7901

    Meet our Lenders

  • On Monday December 11th we’re launching a new mobile banking app to replace the existing TouchBanking app.  Current TouchBanking users will be directed to the app store to download the new app when signing in on or after December 11, 2023.

    Users can also download the new GreenLeaf Bank mobile app on Dec. 11th by visiting the App Store for Apple products or Google Play for Android. Once the new GreenLeaf Bank app is on your phone, just login with your current username and password. It’s that simple!

    Keep your finances at your fingertips with the GreenLeaf Bank mobile banking. You can easily:

    • Check your accounts.
    • Transfer money.
    • Pay bills.
    • Even send funds to friends and family.

    Not a current mobile banking  User?

    Follow these simple steps to get started:

    1. Download the GLB Mobile Banking App from the App Store or Google Play Store
    2. Enter your Online Banking Access ID and Password or Enroll now.

    Search for the “GreenLeaf Bank” app in the Apple or Android store and download.

  • Thank you to everyone who has donated to our November Food Drive to benefit the Wrightstown Area Food Pantry. We have collected over 400 food items to stock the pantry shelves. And because of YOU, GreenLeaf Bank has donated an additional $426.00 to the food pantry for future purchases.

    Thank you again for your continued community support!
  • Use your GreenLeaf Bank digital services to donate this holiday season.

    By using your GreenLeaf Bank digital services this holiday season two charities Good360 or Operation Gratitude will receive up to $50,000 . For every qualifying transaction you make, $1 is donated. GreenLeaf Bank digital banking products include:
    • Pay bills online
    • Make a new transfer
    • Send money with Zelle®
    • Enroll in mobile banking

    Click here for more detail

  • Once again, GreenLeaf Bank is partnering with area food pantries to collect donations for local residents in need. Wrightstown and Greenleaf offices are collection sites during the month of November. Drop off donations at either office. 

    Help us stock area pantry shelves for Christmas.   Thank you for your consideration and generosity!

    List of items needed:

    • Canned Soup

    • Canned Vegetables

    • Canned Stew

    • Pasta

    • Rice

    • Cereal

    • Pancake Mix and Syrup

    • Oatmeal

    • Breakfast Bars

    • Canned Fruit

    • Granola

    • Juice Boxes

    • Canned Tuna or Chicken

    • Peanut Butter and Jelly

  • GreenLeaf Bank donates to Wild & Free Animal Rescue
    Every first Friday of the month is a Jeans Day fundraiser at GreenLeaf Bank. Staff can wear jeans for a $5 donation to a local charity. GreenLeaf Bank then matches that donation. The most recent recipient, Wild & Free Animal Rescue in Wrightstown, received $430! Pictured here left to right are bank Director of Partnerships Michael Krutz and from Wild & Free: Brittany, Kayce, Lee and Steph.
  • Local residents came through donating several shopping carts full of supplies. Donations included backpacks, binders, folders, notebooks, markers, highlighters and writing instruments. These generous donations from our friends and neighbors help students get their school year off to a great start.

    Donations were received at both bank offices and supplies will be distributed by the Wrightstown School District.

    Thank to everyone who donated.

  • Once again GreenLeaf Bank is partnering with local schools to collect supplies to bene­fit area children in need. School supply items can be dropped off at either GreenLeaf Bank location now through July 31st .

    Thank you for your consideration and generosity!

    Here is a list of needed items:

    • Wide-Ruled Notebooks

    • Folders

    • Pencil Box/Pouch

    • Scissors

    • Washable Markers

    • Crayola Crayons

    • Colored Pencils

    • Pens

    • Pencils

    • Erasers

    • Highlighters

    • Index Cards

    • Dry Erase Markers

    • Glue Sticks

    • Glue Bottles

    • 3 Ring Binders

    • Post-It Notes

    • Rulers

    • Backpacks

    • Loose Leaf Paper

    • Pencil Sharpener

    • Tissues

    • Lysol/Clorox Wipes

  • As a Community Bank, we have the duty to support our community, and for over 25-years GreenLeaf Bank has awarded scholarships to area students. Here Michael Krutz (left) recognized this year's recipients at a ceremony at Wrightstown High School. 

    Recipients in order are:

    Joseph Uitenbroek

    Conner Born

    Danielle Bruecker

    Leah Uitenbroek

    Congratulations to all 2023 high school graduates!

  • Are you incurring fees at ATMs to withdraw cash, check your balance, or make another transaction? Some ATM providers charge as much as $5! GreenLeaf Bank debit cards feature the MoneyPass® ATM Network. Our cardholders have access to nearly 40,000 free ATMs nationwide!

    To locate MoneyPass Fee Free ATMs use their easy ATM locator.

  • All homes need a strong foundation. Likewise, homebuyers need a strong foundation to make wise decisions. GreenLeaf Bank is committed to making that happen by investing in homebuyer education classes taught by NeighborWorks Green Bay.  Here GreenLeaf Bank Commercial Lender Gregg Halvorsen (left) presents the check. NeighborWorks of Green Bay provides area families the tools needed to engage in the homebuying process, saving them time and money. If you are in the market for a new home and are looking to educate yourself on the process visit their website. https://nwgreenbay.org/

  • Watch how your deposits are protected by FDIC

    Watch how your deposits are protected by FDIC
    The failure of several large banks this year has placed a spotlight on the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). 

    Your deposits at GreenLeaf Bank are insured by the FDIC. So, rest assured your money is safe and sound. The amount of insurance you receive is based on ownership of your accounts. This short video helps you understand each type of qualifying account and how much coverage you are eligible to receive.