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At Independent Bank, giving back to our communities is as important to us as giving loans or holding deposits.
Giving back to people and communities
For 150 years, it’s been our mission to serve our communities in ways that go beyond the walls of our banks. In neighborhoods across Michigan, we take part in financial literacy efforts, raise money for to fight cancer, and give back in many ways to strengthen our communities. Our employees are involved in area schools, arts and cultural organizations, community boards, and places of worship. We’re your friends and neighbors, locally invest the same way you are.
If you’d like to learn more about or commitment to community, click the link to our 2013 “Stronger Together” community brochure located in the sidebar.
150 Ways in 150 Days
This is a very special year for Independent Bank; we’re celebrating 150 years of serving our Michigan communities. To mark this milestone anniversary, we’ve initiated a program called “150 Ways in 150 Days.” All of us will be dedicating our time to one or more of our 150 different community giving projects, which will take place on 150 different days. Whether it’s collecting clothes for the needy or helping build a Habitat for Humanity home, each of us will be positively impacting our communities.
150 Ways Media
6/7/2014 - WOOD Radio's Talk of the Town Interview with Brad Kessel
We would like to thank the following organizations and companies who have given a donation in celebration of our 150th Anniversary:
Catholic Charities of West Michigan
Coldwell Banker Woodland Schmidt
Essent Guaranty, Jennifer Plagens
Genworth Mortgage Insurance, Sandra Rhadigan
Grand Rapids Business Journal
Home Builders Association of Greater Grand Rapids
Lighthouse Medical Flex
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation
Mutual of Omaha
Patrick Koster - Keefe, Bruyette & Woodes
Saginaw Home Builders Association
Schenk, Boncher, Rypma
Soaring Eagle Casino
Strobl & Sharp PC
Trott & Trott
Weltman, Weinberg, & Reis Co. LPA
Wharton Center - Michigan State University
WOOD TV 8