Community involvement and philanthropy have long been ingrained in the Trust Point corporate culture. As a company, we sponsor and support many charities and service organizations. Our clients also tend to be very philanthropic, and as a result we manage the assets of our clients’ family foundations and other not-for profits.

As individuals, our employees are extremely involved with numerous charities and community organizations. They volunteer and serve on many boards and committees. Trust Point’s people value the communities they live in. They understand that the services provided by not-for-profits in the region are vital to the quality of life we all enjoy.

 

We are grateful to have received a ‘Best Places to Work’ award five years in a row from Business Intelligence Group, for our community involvement and work environment. We are continually looking for awesome employees – find out more about our fabulous people and the roles we are looking for here.

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More about Trust Point's Community Involvement

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Trust Point Receives Best Young Professionals Workplace of the Year Award

December 8, 2022, Angela Strangman

The La Crosse Area Chamber of Commerce and area businesses have partnered for the first Young Professional Awards to celebrate current and upcoming leaders in the La Crosse area. The following awards were open for nominations: One of Trust Point’s values as an organization is supporting growth and development. To.

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Community Support Highlighted on National Philanthropy Day

November 18, 2022, Angela Strangman

Philanthropic giving from generous individuals helps fill the gaps in our communities. The Upper Mississippi Valley Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP-UMV) hosted a presentation and luncheon at Western Technical College in La Crosse on National Philanthropy Day, Tuesday, November 15, 2022. More than 100 representatives from various.

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Feeding the Hungry Through 60 Ways in 60 Days

October 24, 2022, Angela Strangman

The “60 Ways in 60 Days” matching challenge is an annual fundraiser for Feed My People to help those combatting hunger in West Central Wisconsin. This year, 18 businesses, including Trust Point, have come together to donate nearly $5,000 and are challenging the community and other businesses to match it..

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World’s Largest Alzheimer’s Fundraising Event Series Comes to La Crosse

September 23, 2022, Angela Strangman

Over 600 communities across the nation hold Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s®, the largest event raising awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s research, support, and care. It was a beautiful day for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in La Crosse on September 17th. Participants of all ages gathered in Riverside.

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Trust Point honored to Sponsor “Race for Robot Legs”

September 16, 2022, Angela Strangman

Going for a walk around the block is something that many of us may take for granted. But Karter Goodchild’s family knows that is a gift. From being told that Karter would never be able to swallow, breathe, see, hear, walk, or talk on his own, to Karter now being.

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Trust Point Young Professionals Group Holds Networking Meeting

August 31, 2022, Luke Baumgartner, Relationship Manager

On Tuesday, August 16th, the Trust Point Young Professionals (TPYP) group gathered in Eau Claire for their quarterly event focused on community service and leadership development.  They started the day serving the community with a volunteering project at the Boys and Girls Club of the Greater Chippewa Valley – Lee.