Delivering Excellence to Our Communities

CCFBank is dedicated to the needs of our communities. We strive to commit resources and team member participation throughout the areas we serve.  As we continue to grow in new places we value each community and the many organizations and groups that make them complete.  We work closely with local organizations, business leaders and governments on community development initiatives that assist families, children and members of the respective community. We will continue to build mutually beneficial relationships with our customers for the strength of our banking communities.

CCFBank’s commitment to improving the quality of life in our communities reflects our conviction to make a difference in the communities we live and work, while delivering excellence to all.

Employee Involvement:

Twice a year, on federal holidays, CCFBank is closed while employees devote their day to a non-profit organization throughout their community. 

CCFBank employees proudly volunteer and participate in the following organizations:

  • Boys and Girls Club
  • United Way
  • Economic Development
  • Food Pantries
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Junior Achievement
  • And many other worthy local community affiliations

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Fairfax and Lake Hallie: Members of our Lake Hallie team helped clean in the Altoona Public Library so that books were sitting on freshly dusted shelves and were organized for community members who were looking for a good book to read.

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Ladysmith: CCFBank’s Ladysmith team volunteered at the Power House Youth Center they all cleaned, painted and helped them get ready for their grand opening. This will be a safe non-profit center to help meet the needs of the youth in our area.

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Rice Lake North/South, Brill and Ridgeland and Rice Lake: Northern Wisconsin employees helped out at Barron County Habitat for Humanity. Employees organized retail items in the store and helped with some construction to prepare for the ReStore grand opening.

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Deposit Operations: CCFBank’s Deposit Operations department built community cabinets to be placed around Eau Claire, WI which are filled with basic hygiene items, with the idea of take what you need, leave what you don’t and share what you can.

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Accounting: Members of The Accounting Department repackaged boxed food items for distribution to clients of Feed My People.