Current Notices

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Community Involvement

Bottled Water

The FNB Community Bank provides bottled water and rolling coolers to local not-for-profits for 5Ks, post-prom, and other activities.

To learn more, contact The FNB Community Bank Marketing Director John Goldsmith.

members of the bank holding bottled water

The FNB Community Bank employee Tyler Bryant presents water to March for Meals.

Jeans for Charity

Since November 2012, The FNB Community Bank employees have voluntarily paid $10 a month to wear jeans on Friday. Money collected is then given each month to a different charity selected by our employees. Charitable giving rotates among the five communities we serve - Vandalia, Ramsey, Patoka, Mulberry Grove, and Greenville. Each year our employees are sending thousands of dollars to help others in need.

bank employees holding a donation check for Lighthouse Pregnancy and Health Services

Lighthouse Pregnancy and Health Services received a Jeans for Charity donation.

Volunteerism

The FNB Community Bank employees share their time and talents in the community. From membership in civic groups like the Lions Club and Soroptimists, to leadership in organizations like the Chamber of Commerce and Park District Board, our employees care about their hometowns.  Employees often participate in community events like the 9 Mile Gut Check, Ramsey Days Sale, Salvation Army bell ringing, and Senior Bingo at the Bond County Fair.

bank employee face painting at the Vandalia Bicentennial

The FNB Community Bank employee Sarah Bauer face painting at the Vandalia Bicentennial.

Sponsorships

The FNB Community Bank is a strong supporter of our local schools. But we also contribute yearly to area fire departments, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, public libraries, local museums, and countless others. Each year, a Hometown Support Breakfast is held in Vandalia and Greenville to present checks to area not-for-profits.

Joe Schaal with a 4 H member at the a livestock auction

The FNB Community Bank's Joe Schaal standing with a Fayette County 4-H member at a livestock auction.