North Shore Bank Partners With Children’s Wisconsin to Create ‘Coins for Kids’
North Shore Bank, celebrating its centennial anniversary, has announced the bank is partnering with Children’s Wisconsin to present “Coins for Kids” leading up to the 25th annual WKLH Miracle Marathon presented by Mars Family Foundation. Beginning April 21 through May 17 at 5 p.m., the public can stop by any North Shore Bank in southeastern Wisconsin to count coins for free and donate all or a portion of the coins to North Shore Bank’s “Coins for Kids” to support Children’s Wisconsin. The bank is matching all donations up to $2,500 raised.
“We’re honored to once again partner with Children’s Wisconsin to offer an easily accessible way for the community to join us in donating to this important cause,” said Sue Doyle, senior vice president at North Shore Bank. “Now is the time to do some spring cleaning and bring in your loose change and support Children’s Wisconsin in the process.”
The donations will support Children’s Wisconsin in delivering the best care to kids and families while also fueling innovative research, programs like arts and music therapy and groundbreaking approaches to delivering mental and behavioral health care. Listeners can tune in to Miracle Marathon on May 18–19 on 96.5 WKLH. During this two-day radiothon, kids and families who have received life-changing care from Children’s share their incredible stories. To learn more, visit support.childrenswi.org/miraclemarathon.