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FIDELITY BANK NAMES WOLZ RETAIL BANKING DIRECTOR

Michelle Wolz has been promoted to the role of retail banking director, providing guidance and leadership to Fidelity Bank’s Kansas retail division, including a regional management team, customer contact center and retail sales analysis functions.

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Fidelity Bank gifts $40,000 to the Kansas African American Museum

Fidelity Bank has donated $40,000 to the Kansas African American Museum (TKAAM) to support the creation of an environmentally-secure vault designed to preserve sensitive artifacts and archives that detail the rich history and heritage of Kansas’ African American community.

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FIND JOY TOGETHER

We are a family business, four generations and counting. It’s an important part of who we are, how we treat each other and why we feel compelled to support and celebrate our communities. Like most families, we find joy in being together, especially this time of year. The winter season is full of celebratory occasions for many cultures and religions—families spending time together reflecting on their faith and deeply-held values. We believe that holiday traditions are a stunning reflection of our diversity, which is strengthened by the varied customs and beliefs around which we gather.

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Fidelity funds purchase of mission critical Red Cross van

Fidelity Bank has donated $50,000 to the American Red Cross Kansas Oklahoma Region, which will be used to purchase a new mission critical van. The van will be added to their fleet responsible for transporting blood and volunteers to communities throughout Kansas and Oklahoma.

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Fidelity Bank & Foundation Donate $27,500 for Youth Mentorship Program

Fidelity Bank and the Fidelity Bank Foundation have made a $27,500 donation to Wichita’s Real Men Real Heroes (RMRH) in support of the organization’s mission to provide male role models to empower youths and build strong communities. These funds will go to meet the needs of the underserved whose situations have been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.

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