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We are committed to reaching our community goals but cannot do so alone. That’s why we partner with community organizations who are dedicated to improving one or more of our eight key focus areas by providing investments in the form of donations, sponsorships, community development grants, financial education, and volunteerism.  View the tabs below to learn more and to request support.

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Donations & Sponsorships

First National Bank is proud to support nonprofit organizations and community events that are important to our communities and that align with our eight community focus areas.  We review requests for Donations and Sponsorships on a monthly basis to ensure timely decisions are provided for each request.
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Community Development Grants

Our Community Development Grants support initiatives that fall within four key community focus areas: Stable Housing, Neighborhood Revitalization, Educated Workforce, and Strong Local Economies. Grant applications are accepted in two annual cycles. If you represent an organization that focuses on one these initiatives, you may apply during one of our open application periods.

  • The application period for initiatives related to Stable Housing, Neighborhood Revitalization, and Strong Local Economies closed on February 10th and will reopen in early 2020.
  • Applications for Educated Workforce initiatives will be accepted from June 3, 2019 thru July 8, 2019.

Learn more about our community development grant program including eligibility requirements and frequently asked questions, or receive notifications of upcoming First National Bank funding opportunities and special initiatives.

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Financial Education

First National Bank partners with local employers, schools, and nonprofit organizations to deliver financial education services and tools throughout our communities. Our financial education courses are designed to improve financial literacy and understanding of the banking industry by teaching topics such as budgeting, investing, savings, credit, homeownership, and small business development.

Email us information regarding the type of financial education program you are seeking for your organization, or receive notifications of upcoming First National Bank funding opportunities and special initiatives.

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First National Bank employees become a key component to strengthening our communities when they volunteer their time or donate to a cause. That’s why give each employee a minimum of eight hours of paid volunteer per time per year as well offer select employee directed giving and donation matching programs.

If your organization has a volunteer opportunity available for First National Bank employees, please email us the information.