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Making a Difference in the Communities we Serve

A State Bank Group Banking ServiceSince 1979 when we opened our first branch office in Wonder Lake, Illinois we have been proud to support the communities that we serve. At The State Bank Group, our employees strive to improve the lives of the residents who surround our branches. Our dedication to these volunteer and sponsorship efforts reinforces our belief that we all benefit from stronger communities. We actively encourage our employees to be involved in community service throughout the year. Information about some of our recent sponsorship and charitable contributions is listed below. To see what we’ve been up to lately, please click on any of the below links.

If your organization is seeking a donation or sponsorship support for The State Bank Group to consider, please complete our Charitable Contribution Request form and drop it off to any branch office or submit it by mail/email/fax to:

Marketing Officer, P.O. Box 350, Wonder Lake, IL 60097,, fax: 815.728.1109. Please dial 815.728.8618 if you have any questions about the charitable request process.

2017 Volunteer of the Year Award

Michelle Toll (right) TSBG EVP / COO and Linda Koch (left) IBA President & CEO

Chicago, IL June 21, 2018 — Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Michelle Toll was awarded the 2017 Volunteer of the Year Award during the IBA’s Annual ONE Conference in Chicago. Each year more than 220 volunteer bankers and associates serve on one or more IBA boards or committees. The Volunteer of the Year award was developed to honor commitment to the banking industry and reward those who go "above and beyond.”

Harvard Milk Days Sponsors

state bank harvard milk days sponsor

Harvard, IL June 1, 2018 — Harvard Savings Bank was a sponsor of Harvard Milk Days in early June. Employees enjoyed participating in all of the fun weekend events in celebration of the Dairy Industry and what that has meant to the Harvard community throughout the town’s history. At least twenty bankers and their families enjoyed marching in the parade and distributing candy, Frisbees, and cow visors.