Cornerstone Radio Spots

Take a listen as we feature a spot about our Commercial Lending team, and also one about our fantastic mortgage service!


April is Community Banking Month!

A few words from Paul Foy, Cornerstone president, about what it means to be a community bank:


Cornerstone Hosting Drives to Benefit Local Charities


April is Community Banking Month, and Cornerstone Community Bank is celebrating the vital role that community banks serve in the economic, civic and cultural life of their communities in cities and towns throughout America. 


We are one of more than 6,000 community banks across the country that play a significant role in local economic development efforts, by financing new and existing businesses, thus stimulating the economy to produce new jobs and new opportunities.


Our customers are at the heart of everything we do. Community Banking Month gives Cornerstone Community Bank and other community banks a chance to thank our customers and the communities we serve. In recognition of Community Banking Month and in celebration of “Helping our Community Grow,” stop by a Cornerstone Community Bank branch during the month of April for a free wildflower mix seed packet (while quantities last).


In addition, Cornerstone is hosting two drives during the month of April to benefit local charities:


Menomonee Falls Location (N91W17231 Appleton Avenue)
Breakfast Drive to Benefit Falls Area Food Pantry

Requested Items:
Pancake Mix
Canned Fruit
Cocoa Mix

Grafton Location (2090 Wisconsin Avenue)

Paper Product Drive to Benefit Family Sharing of Ozaukee County

Requested Items:
Paper Toweling
Facial Tissues
Toilet Paper

Cornerstone is proud to be a community bank. If you are a current customer, we would like to thank you for making what we do possible. If you are thinking about a new experience with your banking needs, please stop by and see the community banking difference for yourself.

Mel’s Charities – A New Opportunity to Help!

tom-meaux-news-graphicCornerstone Community Bank is a proud supporter of Mel’s Charities!

Cornerstone Volunteers at the 2016 Mel’s Pig Roast

 Cornerstone Sponsors Blueburg Cafe

The Blueburg Café at the Cedarburg Cultural Center offers “Plug and Play” Open Mic nights on the first Wednesday of each month, and  showcases musicians, singers, poets, dancers, comedians, filmmakers and story tellers.

Doors open and sign-up begins at 6:15 p.m. Open Mic will start at 7:00 p.m. and continue until approximately 9:00-9:30 p.m. Performers appear on stage on a first-come, first on-stage basis.

There is no cover charge; however, attendees who pay a $2 donation at the door will receive a ticket to win door prizes. Cash bar and free Starbucks coffee!



Non-Profit Organizations…
You are Invited to Use the Cornerstone Pavilion!

Whether your group or team would like to host a car wash, brat fry or sell Christmas wreaths…consider using the Cornerstone Pavilion in Grafton for your fundraiser event. We have a GREAT location, and it is FREE for your non-profit organization.

Requests for use are accepted on a first come, first served basis for non-profit organizations. To reserve the Cornerstone Pavilion, please call 262.375.9150 for availability. Reservations must be made a minimum of one week in advance.

A non-profit organization is defined as any organization with a 501c3 designation. Please see the Cornerstone Pavilion Use Agreement below for additional use guidelines.

Cornerstone Pavilion Use Agreement


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