Investing in our community.
We succeed when the communities we serve succeed. Western Security Bank is deeply committed to the prosperity of the places where we conduct business. That's why giving back to our communities has always been an important part of who we are. Our employees are involved as leaders and volunteers in local organizations throughout the area, and we support charitable causes with thousands of dollars in donations and sponsorships every year.
If you would like your organization to be considered for a donation or sponsorship, please complete and submit a request below.
Hands of Hope is the corporate donation campaign of Western Security Bank. We contribute to improving the quality of life of our community members through direct giving to four organizations each year. At this time our Hands of Hope donations include a $15,000 donation and a significant advertising package.
If you would like your organization to be considered for our Hands of Hope donation, please review the Hands of Hope Guidelines and complete the application below.
Congratulations to our 2019 Hands of Hope recipients!
Family Service works to prevents hunger, homelessness and poverty in Yellowstone County by providing food, clothing and utility assistance to those in need. Funds from the Hands of Hope donation will be used to help with relocation costs as Family Service moves to a larger facility. Click here to view KTVQ’s “Montana Matters” segment featuring Family Service's Campaign Director, Jane McCracken.
CASA of Yellowstone County provides Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) to help secure safe and permanent homes for abused and neglected children in the court and foster care systems. Funds from the Hands of Hope donation will be used to recruit and train new CASAs to serve an additional 200 children in need. Click here to view KTVQ's "Montana Matters" segment featuring CASA's Business Development Director, Ben McKee.
Eagle Mount provides recreational activities including skiing, horseback riding, golfing and more for kids and adults with disabilities in the Greater Billings Area. Funds from the Hands of Hope donation will be used to provide regular recreational field trips for over 100 disabled students in the Billings schools who may otherwise not be able to participate in these significant experiences. Click here to view KTVQ's "Montana Matters" segment featuring Eagle Mount's Executive Director, Rich Lutton.
Community Hope assists the people of Laurel with basic living necessities including food, utility assistance, transportation and more during times of need. Funds from the Hands of Hope donation will be used to support the Food Box and K-8 Backpack programs by providing healthy food options as well as purchase a newer delivery van.