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A Commitment To Our Community

Partnership. It is central to community banking and it is the cornerstone of Suburban Bank & Trust's commitment to the communities we serve.

As a dedicated community partner, SBT responds to needs in our community. In addition to offering financial support and specifically designed accounts to help organizations and programs that provide valuable community services, SBT sponsors family-oriented entertainment and activities throughout the year, supports programs that foster an appreciation of the arts, and directly benefits families in need through companywide food and toy drives.

SBT officers and employees are involved in the community, volunteering their time with local service organizations and clubs, coaching youth sports, and serving on the boards of directors of area schools, hospitals, community groups, and other organizations.

SBT is proud to support the Chicago Blackhawks and the Chicago Blackhawks Alumni Association.

In existence since 1987, the CBAA exists for the purpose of "giving back" to Chicago and the sport of hockey by pursuing three objectives:

  • To provide a scholarship fund for the "most deserving" high school hockey players in Illinois. Over the past 17 years, more than 50 scholarships have been awarded.
  • To become involved in community affairs and charitable causes.
  • To protect and take care of their fellow alumni: "Players helping Players."

Suburban Bank & Trust After Hours Event Raises $3500 for the New Lenox Township Food Pantry

Elmhurst, Illinois, April 15, 2009 – "Da Coach," Mike Ditka was on hand as Suburban Bank & Trust, 400 E. Lincoln Highway, hosted the New Lenox Chamber of Commerce and throngs of local business people who came to enjoy an extraordinary St. Patrick's Day business after hours on Tuesday, March 17. Ditka promoted his signature Mike Ditka wines, offering opportunities for photos, autographs and a signed bottle of wine to anyone making a donation to the New Lenox Township Food Pantry during the event.

Branch Manager Lisa Kline, Chamber President, Debbera Hypke, and Katie Freeman of Edward Jones Investments organized the event that raised $3500 to benefit the food pantry. Several local businesses also participated: Berkot's Foods, Connolly's Catering, Gatto's Restaurant, Jimmie John's Gourmet Sub Shop, Los Angeles Cafe', Lazy Dogz, Mattina Cafe', and Nancy's Pizza served a wide variety of delicious food throughout the evening.

On April 9, 2009 Kline presented the check to New Lenox Township and this past Monday, April 13, 2009, Kline made a presentation about the fundraiser to the New Lenox Village Board.