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One Community Bank Donates $1,000 to Local Non-Profit: WAGS

(September 2022) – One Community Bank is proud to continue investing in our communities. To celebrate our two-year anniversary as One Community Bank, our colleagues selected the non-profit Wisconsin Academy for Graduate Service Dogs (WAGS) for a $1,000 donation.

The team at WAGS is passionate about promoting functional independence and improving the quality of life for people with physical disabilities with highly skilled service dogs. They have facilitated the partnership of more than 250 service dogs for people with physical disabilities such as multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, neuromuscular disease, and injuries associated with combat veterans.

“For our clients, a WAGS dog provides practical physical assistance and unconditional love and companionship. We are grateful to the team at One Community Bank for their donation. We plan to use the donation towards the purchase of our next puppy” said Aaron Backer, Executive Director of WAGS.

“One Community Bank is thrilled to deepen our relationship with WAGS and contribute to the impact they are making in our communities to help people with disabilities. We believe in investing in our communities and are excited to present WAGS with a $1,000 donation. This organization is very deserving of this donation” said Steve Peotter, President and CEO of One Community Bank.

One Community Bank remains committed to investing in our communities and is proud to support this Feel Good organization.
One Community Bank is one of the largest community banks in south central Wisconsin. The locally owned bank has 10 bank locations and $1.7 billion in assets. It provides both personal and business banking products and services, with an intense focus on serving clients, supporting colleagues, and investing in its communities. Regularly named one of Madison’s best places to work, One Community Bank serves the communities of Oregon, McFarland, Waunakee, Stoughton, Sun Prairie, Middleton, Adams, Oxford, and Grand Marsh.

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