MARQUETTE, Mich., September 12, 2018 – mBank is pleased to announce its newest community outreach campaign by donating $100 for each qualifying checking, savings or money market account it opens now through October 31, 2018. Participating branches include all Upper Peninsula branches: Marquette, Negaunee, Ishpeming, Manistique, Escanaba, Newberry, Stephenson and Sault St. Marie. This donation is part of an initiative started by mBank that allows you to show your support for Beacon House through your everyday banking.
“mBank’s generous campaign to help build the new Steve Mariucci Family Beacon House shows how much they believe in supporting their customers across the Upper Peninsula,” said Mary Tavernini-Dowling, Beacon House CEO. “These are the people who turn to Beacon House in a medical crisis and because of mBank’s support, we can offer the love and support these families need. This is an outstanding effort by mBank and all those who participate in this campaign. We are so grateful to everyone involved!”
“Contributing to help support the vision and growth of Beacon House aligns with the community outreach mBank upholds within its corprate mission and values”. mBank President and CEO Kelly W. George commented, “At mBank, we are so pleased to partner with Beacon House and make the 906 Pledge given the outstanding services they provide to so many in the UP coming to Marquette for timely needed healthcare. Together we can build a better community for all.”
Headquartered in Manistique, Michigan, mBank proudly serves Michigan and Northern Wisconsin with 29 branch locations. With assets in excess of 1.3 billion, the community bank empowers individuals and small to medium sized businesses with smart financing and depository solutions for peace of mind. For more information, visit: bankmbank.com. Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender.
About Beacon House
Beacon House becomes a “Home away from home” for patients and families that travel across the U.P. to receive specialty medical care at U.P. Health System- Marquette and the Upper Peninsula Medical Center. The private, nonprofit, donation-based organization ensures that families never have to ask, “Where am I going to stay and how am I ever going to be able to afford it?” during a medical crisis. Beacon House is a charitable 501c3 organization and is solely reliant on donations.