BMO Financial Group today announced a $650,000 investment in several Madison community programs and organizations. These contributions will support the Urban League of Greater Madison’s Black Business Hub, The Center for Black Excellence & Culture, and Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County’s McKenzie Workforce Development Center.
“Investments like these are at the core of our Purpose, to Boldly Grow the Good in business and life,” said Anthony Hudson, Regional President, Retail Banking, Wisconsin, BMO Financial Group. “We are pleased to work with these great organizations to help make progress for the Madison community. Today’s announcement, with these tremendous partners, exemplifies our commitment for a thriving economy, sustainable future, and inclusive society throughout the communities we serve.”
“We are proud to work with the Urban League, The Center for Black Excellence & Culture, and the Boys & Girls Clubs to support the delivery of these important community programs. Alongside the economic growth and prosperity achieved by customers we serve, this financial commitment is a direct investment in the future of the Madison economy,” said Jeff Ticknor, Senior Vice President and Group Marketing Director, Commercial Banking, Wisconsin, BMO Financial Group.