Johnson Financial Group Donates $ 500,000 to Aid United Way Organizations Across Wisconsin | Local News I Racine County Eye

Johnson Financial Group today announced its plan to donate $ 500,000 to United Way partner organizations across Wisconsin.

“In recognition of our incredible people – and at the start of our annual fundraising campaign at Johnson Financial Group – we’re giving $ 500,000 to support various organizations in the communities where they live and work,” said Jim Popp, president and Johnson Financial Group CEO.

This $ 500,000 donation is in addition to the dollar-for-dollar corporate game that Johnson Financial Group honors for all partner promises. Matching Funds are allocated to United Way local chapters in Wisconsin.

“Our people have always worked hard for our customers and our communities. Unfortunately, the ongoing effects of the pandemic continue to cause hardship on so many fronts. We are incredibly fortunate to be able to support and make a difference where it matters most, ”said Karla Krehbiel, Regional President – Kenosha / Racine, Johnson Financial Group.

“The partnership with United Way enables us to focus our donations very efficiently and effectively through several existing programs. This year we are paying particular attention to efforts in the areas of education, food security, homelessness and health, ”Krehbiel continued.

“The United Way of Racine County has the structure to make immediate impact where the need is greatest,” said Krehbiel. “As the Christmas season approaches, we hope this gift will help make the season a little brighter and less stressful for those in need.”

About Johnson Financial Group

Johnson Financial Group is a privately held financial services company providing banking, wealth and insurance solutions through its subsidiaries Johnson Bank, Johnson Wealth and Johnson Insurance Services. For 50 years we have put our customers first by acting as a trusted advisor with dedicated family ownership, strong values ​​and dedicated employees. We are deeply rooted in our community and we make sure it’s a better place by volunteering and providing support when needed. More information is available at

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