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FNBO Contributes $40,000 to the Community Foundation Boulder County Wildfire Fund

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      Community Newsroom
      Feb 09 2022

FNBO Contributes $40,000 to the Community Foundation Boulder County Wildfire Fund

Bank Employees Donated to Employee Impact Fund with Company Match

OMAHA, Neb. February 9, 2022—First National Bank of Omaha (FNBO) and its employees have contributed $40,000 from its Employee Impact Fund to the Community Foundation Boulder County Wildfire Fund, which provides financial assistance to those impacted by the Marshall wildfire in December.

“Our community support initiatives are driven by FNBO’s vision of successful communities in all the places we call home,” said Nathan Ewert, Vice President, Community Banking.  “The Employee Impact Fund makes it possible for the bank and our employees to work together to contribute to our communities when they need us the most.”

FNBO’s Employee Impact Fund was created in 2020 to more effectively coordinate company and employee giving efforts to help communities the bank serves across its seven-state footprint recover from disasters or other emergencies.  Last year, the Employee Impact Fund supported an organization in Texas and its efforts to address food insecurity issues across the area following the devastating winter storm Uri.

For information on FNBO’s community support initiatives, visit fnbo.com/community/impact-report.


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