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mBank Campaign to Support UPAWS

MARQUETTE, Mich., November 29, 2018 – mBank is pleased to announce a new community focused campaign that will benefit the Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter or UPAWS. For each new qualifying CD, checking, savings, or money market account opened at an Upper Peninsula mBank branch December 1, 2018 through February 15, 2019, $100 will be donated to UPAWS.

Additionally, mBank has committed to sponsoring adoption days at UPAWS on December 20, 2018 and February 14, 2019 where all adoption fees will be covered by the bank, collecting shelter supplies at each of its UP branches, and is launching a social media campaign on Facebook where every new page like mBank receives will equal an additional $1 donation to UPAWS.

“We are absolutely ecstatic about partnering with mBank,” explained Kori Tossava, UPAWS Executive Director/Capital Campaign Manager. “UPAWS’ vision is to create a community where there are no abandoned, homeless, or abused animals. It takes a cooperative spirit to fulfill the goal of a shelter that serves our animal companion needs and the community as a whole, and we are grateful to mBank for this generous commitment.”

“Contributing to help UPAWS aligns with mBank’s mission to give back to the local communities we serve. UPAWS is also very near and dear to many of our employees’ hearts,” explained Kelly W. George, mBank President and CEO. We are happy to be able to partner with UPAWS and support the incredible work they do advocating for animals and the safe haven they provide while finding these animals their lifelong homes.”

About mBank
Headquartered in Manistique, Michigan, mBank proudly serves Michigan and Northern Wisconsin with 30 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: Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender.

UPAWS performs the crucial role of finding homes for homeless animals as well as reuniting lost pets with their families and is a leader in the no-kill movement. They consistently reach an award-winning 98% Save Rate. Services for the community include low cost spay/neuter services, microchip placement, humane education, law enforcement services, a food bank, and end of life services including meeting cost effective pet needs for low-income residents of Marquette County. UPAWS is a charitable 501c3 organization and is solely reliant on donations. For more information please visit