Western State Bank is fighting hunger in February
Western State Bank gives back to the community in various ways throughout the year. For the month of February, Western is having a canned food drive in Fargo and West Fargo to help fight the hunger problems in the Red River Valley. At the end of February, Western will weigh the food and match dollar-for-dollar the total amount of food collected. All proceeds will support the local Churches United for the Homeless’ Food Pantry.
Collection bins are set up at both Western locations, in West Fargo and Fargo. Community members are encouraged to make a donation that will help others in need in our community.
“Western is an action oriented company, we are committed to helping improve the lives of those living in our communities. Our employees stand by our motto of being “Your Hometown Bank” by donating to those in need,” said Brad Jacobson, President, Western State Bank.
Western State Bank is a 111 year old, employee-owned community bank with assets totaling over $575 million. The bank offers superior full-banking services, investments, real estate financing to personal and business customers, as well as nationwide equipment financing services. Western State Bank’s bank locations are located in the North Dakota communities of West Fargo, Fargo, Devils Lake, and Towner and in the Arizona communities of Chandler and Casa Grande.