Giving Back to Our Community

Appraisal Days ImageLincolnWay area residents are invited to learn the value of their coins, jewelry and precious metals at LincolnWay Community Bank’s Appraisal Days at the bank’s Mokena and New Lenox locations.

Appraisals will be performed by Americana Coin and Jewelry a locally owned collectable coin, jewelry and precious metals dealer based in New Lenox. The unwritten appraisals are free, and not intended for insurance use. However, in many cases, Americana Coin & Jewelry will offer to purchase the appraised items.

Appraisal Days will be held at the LincolnWay Community Bank Mokena branch located at 19102 S. 88th Avenue on Friday, June 11, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and on Saturday, June 12, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

The LincolnWay Community Bank New Lenox branch, located at 1000 E. Lincoln Highway, will host Appraisal Days on Friday, June 25, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and on Saturday, June 26, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.


 

LincolnWay Community Bank is the presenting sponsor for the LoveMoves.Us Virtual 5K Walk/Run/Ride from Friday, May 21 through Sunday, May 23. LoveMoves.Us is an organization dedicated to helping all foster and adoptive families flourish. The challenges of overcoming years of institutionalization, neglect, abuse and trauma can be difficult, but there is hope. With the right support, an evidence-based care model, and a network of people who understand the unique challenges of parenting a child who comes from another family, LoveMoves.Us can help families thrive. "The need for families is quite clear," said LincolnWay Community Bank chief financial officer, Jeff Baker. "Every child belongs in a family. Not everyone can foster or adopt, but everyone can do something. That's why LincolnWay Community Bank is supporting this organization." The goal is to raise $10,000 at this year's 5K Walk/Run/Ride. All participants will receive a LoveMoves.Us t-shirt and prizes will be awarded. To learn more, including pledge lists and local 5K courses, visit https://www.lovemoves.us/5k.html

 


Help us make the holidays a little brighter for disadvantaged kids. Both LincolnWay Community Bank branches are Toys for Tots collection points. Please drop off new, unwrapped toys at our Mokena or New Lenox branches by December 6. Let's finish 2020 with a Merry Christmas for kids in need.

 


LincolnWay Community Bank engineers two $10,000 COVID-19 grants for Silver Cross Foundation and MorningStar Mission. “Both of these worthy organizations play a vital role in the health and wellness of families throughout the LincolnWay area,” said LincolnWay Community Bank president Mark Stevens. “As a locally owned and managed community bank, we must do all we can to support organizations like these that are on the front lines against this pandemic.”

 

 


LincolnWay Community Bank supports the dedicated law enforcement professionals who protect our community every day. We recently delivered gift baskets filled with snacks and well-wishes from our employees to the police departments in Mokena and New Lenox. Thanks to their commitment and sacrifice, we’re able to safely serve the families and businesses of our community.

 


LincolnWay Community Bank is proud to support the New Lenox chapter of Lions Club International, and their long history of making a positive difference in our community. The New Lenox Lions Club sponsors a wide range of community events throughout the village, including free vision screening events for children between the ages of two and eight.

 

 


LincolnWay Community Bank has made two donations for a total of $3,000 to the Will County COVID-19 Response Fund. A joint effort of the United Way of Will County and the Community Foundation of Will County, the Will County COVID-19 Response Fund’s mission is to help increase access to emergency food and basic supplies, rent and mortgage assistance, utility assistance, and direct financial assistance for household supplies for Will County residents in need during the crisis.

 

 


LincolnWay Community Bank was the Plate Sponsor at the Morning Star Mission Ladies Luncheon on Sunday, April 7th. The luncheonenefi bts the Mary L. Weitendorf Women & Family Center. Employees of the bank attended the event to show their support for the Mission.

 

 


LincolnWay Community Bank president Mark Stevens and his wife Ellen Stevens joined forces with LincolnWay Community Bank to support Silver Cross Hospital’s Campaign for Heart Care, a fundraising drive to advance the hospital’s cardiology services by establishing an open heart and structural heart surgical program. As a part of the Campaign for Heart Care, Silver Cross is constructing a 33,000 square foot, two-story addition to the hospital that will include two cardiovascular operating rooms, a cardiac hybrid room, an electrophysiology lab with CARTO® three-dimensional mapping, four cardiac echo and stress testing rooms and more.

 

 


LincolnWay Community Bank was honored to present The Crisis Center for South Suburbia with a check for $1,000 during Domestic Violence Awareness month in October. Employees participated in a special Jean Day to raise money for the cause and the bank matched employee donations. #31derfulways
 

 

 


LincolnWay Community Bank and its employees are proud to support our veterans. This Veterans' Day, like in years past, the bank delivered flannel coats, pants, socks & snacks to the veterans at the Iliinois Veterans Home in Manteno, IL.

 

 

 


Sponsored Organizations


Below is a list of some of the organizations we are proud to support:

  • Crisis Center for South Suburbia
  • Curtain Call Theatre
  • Easter Seals
  • FlipStar Gymnastics Academy
  • Frankfort Chamber of Commerce
  • Good Neighbors of LincolnWay
  • Lincolnway Area Mobile Pack (LAMP Feed My Starving Children)
  • Lincoln-Way Blue Wave Softball
  • Lincoln-Way High School Athletic Booster Clubs
  • Lincoln-Way High School Foundation
  • Lincoln-Way Music Boosters
  • Lincoln-Way Prospects Travel Baseball
  • Lincoln Way Wolves Baseball
  • LWSRF (LincolnWay Special Recreation Foundation)
  • Mokena Chamber of Commerce
  • Mokena Lions Club
  • Morning Star Mission
  • New Lenox Area Historical Society
  • New Lenox Baseball Association
  • New Lenox Chamber of Commerce
  • New Lenox Fire Protection Foundation
  • New Lenox Girls Softball Association
  • New Lenox Park District
  • New Lenox Public Library
  • New Lenox Rotary
  • New Lenox School District 122 Foundation
  • New Lenox School District 122 PTO
  • Ron "Papa" Schaper Memorial Scholarship Fund
  • Silver Cross Foundation
  • The Cancer Support Center
  • VFW Post 725 Mokena
  • Village of New Lenox
  • Will County Center for Community Concerns (WCCCC)
  • Will County Farm Bureau