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Fee Free ATM Network

GreenLeaf Bank debit card holders have access to over 32,000 fee free ATMs! Plus, finding one couldn’t be easier, with the MoneyPass ATM Locator app. Just enter a zip code or use your current location on your smartphone and you are on your way.

Mortgage Center

Competitive rates, quick response time, and quality personalized service are all a part of what we do. Whether you're going from renter to first-time home buyer, refinancing to save money, buying your dream home, or remodeling…we've got the perfect home loan for you.

Mobile Wallet

Shop securely and pay privately on your smartphone by adding your GreenLeaf Bank debit card to your smartphone mobile wallet. Then you can just tap your phone to pay at retail locations using Apple Pay®, Samsung Pay, and Google Pay™.


Business Loans

Our business lenders are experienced and ready to fulfill your business goals. We offer competitive rates, quick response time, and quality personalized service. That’s because we’re a community bank and we’re focused on the success of your business.


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Bank and Community News

  • GreenLeaf Bank is participating in the Wrightstown Area Business and Community Alliance fall decorating contest. Each office has corn stalks, mums and scarecrows to celebrate fall! In October voting will take place on the WABCA Facebook page for best display.
  • Recently, GreenLeaf Bank presented NeighborWorks Green Bay a check to support Home Buyer Education Programs! Here GreenLeaf Bank VP of Business Development, Gregg Halvorsen presents NeighborWorks Grants Coordinator, Kelly Przybyski a check for $1,500. Gregg also donates his time to teach their clients home budgeting.
  • GreenLeaf Bank recently awarded four more local churches $2,500 each. The funds are part of $20,000 in Federal Home Loan Bank grants the bank secured for local nonprofits. Here, bank President, David Krutz, presents Pastor Gehl the check for St John Evangelical Lutheran Church in Wrightstown. The funds will be used to assist local residents affected by the pandemic.