Being a bank means so much more than specializing in deposits and loans. Banks have the distinct ability to serve as key connectors to stability, growth, and hope within their communities by helping support individuals, equipping business owners, participating in community development and elevating the spirit and quality of life for others.

At First National Bank we know that our success is dependent upon the success of our communities and we therefore strive to set a standard in banking that serves the greater good. Actively supporting our communities is an element of this standard that has been deeply embedded in our culture for 160 years.

As we look back on our community investments in 2016, we am proud of the strong partnerships and the meaningful impacts realized through dedicated community organizations, loyal customers and passionate employees. While this report shares both individual achievement and collective impact, it's also a reminder that work remains to be done. At First National Bank, we understand that there are many ways to serve our communities, but in all ways, it's a privilege we remain grateful for. We look forward to building upon our partnerships to maintain the success of our communities in 2017 and beyond.


In 2016, we made a commitment to reinvest a total of $85 million back into our communities by 2020. We are pleased to report that in 2016, we reinvested more than $30 million to community organizations working to strengthen our communities.

  • $20 million was reinvested in the form of new community development investments, bringing our outstanding community development investment total to $63 million with new investments being made each year.

  • $5.8 million was reinvested in the form of donations and community development grants.

  • $4.2 million was reinvested in the form of sponsorships.


Last year, we made a commitment to help our community partners reach the following goals by 2020 in order to support our vision of strong and successful communities in all the places we operate. In 2016, significant progress was made toward reaching our goals.

Community Goals