Community Success Stories
At Bank of Labor we pride ourselves in doing whatever it takes to help our community succeed. Below are a few stories about what we have done to prove our commitment to you. If we have helped you succeed submit your story by clicking below.
Small Business Owners Graduate Five Week QuickBooks Program
Bank of Labor created a program to help small business owners understand and manage Quickbooks. It was so great to have our Spanish Quickbooks graduate, Gladys Morales, come back to Bank of Labor in Olathe to talk to the current class of entrepreneurs about how much this training has helped her organize her accounting and grow the business. Very inspirational!
She talked about how grateful she feels towards Bank of Labor for the support and the two small business loans they have with us for equipment. Now she is working on getting her MBE - Minority Business Certification.
Bank of Labor Hosts the Latina Leadership Network
The Johnson County Latina Network honored three amazing women for their leadership, civic engagement and commitment to improve the lives of families.
It was great that four county commissioners, the interim county manager and the county librarian joined us for this special event.
Bank of Labor Hosts a Class for Senior Fraud Prevention
Senior Fraud Prevention is one of the financial literacy classes that Bank of Labor offers. In this class, seniors become more aware of the signs of senior fraud.
This class is completely free and available for anyone that is interested in learning how to combat this malicious act against our elders.
Bank of Labor Provides Business Lunch and Learns for Local Business Owners
Business partners at Bank of Labor came together to provide a series of Lunch and Learns for local business owners. The classes provided included helpful information on tax preparation, small business lending and banking services.