If you were born in the last 75 years, you are a March of Dimes baby. We’re proud to support March of Dimes with our 2018 Bankers for Babies campaign. This spring, we collected financial donations for March of Dimes at all of our Chicagoland bank locations and participated in multiple walks in the area,
Habitat for Humanity believes every child should have a home, and we do, too. That’s why we’re so proud to support our local Chicago chapter’s vision of seeing our city thrive. As Chicago’s community bank, we’re invested in the continued growth and betterment of our area. And, Habitat for Humanity shares in that belief, too,
If you don’t have a lot of money to donate to a cause, you could give a little bit whenever you can afford it, or you might consider pooling that money with others who have similar interests. That way, your group can give a larger sum all at once, which, for cause groups has a
These days, Bill and Pam Costabile are happily retired to the sunshine of Lehigh Acres, Fla., near Fort Myers. But both still feel strong ties to their old hometown of Flint, Mich., where they lived and worked for more than 40 years–a connection so strong that they’ve become long-distance philanthropists. Bill, age 69, and Pam,
There are tremendous breaks and incentives written into the tax code for charitable giving, and you don’t have to be wealthy to take advantage of them. But they’re most successful for people who truly have a charitable bent — those who sincerely want to see some of their money go to the charity or charities
If a mutual fund sales rep called during dinner to give you his spiel, you’d probably hang up or insist that he send a prospectus outlining the fund’s management, portfolio and performance relative to its peers. A group of former hedge fund managers, tech entrepreneurs and academics have applied the same no-nonsense approach to philanthropy.