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For more than 50 years, we have dedicated ourselves to the communities where we live and work. Through local business investments, philanthropic contributions and the volunteer service of our employees, we actively work to improve people’s lives and build thriving communities.
“Do what’s best for family, company and community. We are here to make a difference in this world.”
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invested into local organizations in the communities we serve throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota
given directly to United Way partner organizations in each of our regions to make a more meaningful impact right where we live and work.
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"Give Back More Than You Take"
As head of Johnson Outdoors and chair of Johnson Financial Group, Helen Johnson-Leipold is the fifth-generation - and first female - family leader of one of the most prominent business empires in Wisconsin. In an exclusive interview with the BizTimes, she reflected on how those values have shaped her own views and decisions on innovation, talent attraction and the next generation of workers.READ MORE about Helen's reflection on how those values have shaped her own views and decisions on innovation, talent attraction and the next generation of workers.
Johnson Financial Group partners with Racine Habitat for Humanity to service mortgages at no cost
Johnson Financial Group will partner with Racine Habitat for Humanit yand service mortgages at no cost starting on April 1, 2022.READ MORE about how Johnson Financial Group will service Racine Habitat for Humanity Homes free of charge.
Find out why these business leaders are 2021 Milwaukee-area power brokers
Johnson Financial Groups President and CEO Jim Popp is named among the executives who are new to the Milwaukee Business Journal's 2021 Power Brokers list.READ MORE about why these business leaders are 2021 Milwaukee-area power brokers.