Associated Bank announced in November a $1 million commitment to support nonprofit programs in Northeast Wisconsin, including a $100,000 grant each to Catalpa Health, Bay Area Workforce Development Board, Family Services and N.E.W. Community Clinic over five years.   


These funds are in addition to the company’s annual $1 million in regional philanthropic giving and are designed to strengthen the Greater Green Bay and Fox Cities region by focusing on mental health, workforce readiness and small business development. 


“We are excited to partner with these four organizaitons and see the impact that will be made on the local community through collaboration and volunteerism in the coming years,” said Dennis DeLoye, executive vice president, head of community markets and Northeast Wisconsin regional president at Associated Bank. “Our teams are working collaboratively to determine how we can best work together and make an even bigger impact.”


The four organizations include:


  • Catalpa Health, a pediatric outpatient mental health and wellness organization that serves more than 9,000 kids annually through-clinics in Appleton, Oshkosh and Waupaca, in addition to over 50 school-based therapy sites.  
  • Bay Area Workforce Development Board, an organization dedicated to meeting business and job seeker needs today, and striving to build, develop and sustain the skilled workforce of tomorrow.  
  • Family Services, a non-profit, human services agency offering more than 35 programs that support the people of Northeast Wisconsin during challenges and transitions in their lives.   
  • N.E.W. Community Clinic, a community partner providing mental health, dental, medical assistance, and outreach care to Green Bay residents who are uninsured or on BadgerCare Plus, or Medicaid.   


For more information on Associated Bank’s $1M investment, please visit