Commitment Community

The IBA Commitment to Community Campaign helps tell the story of banks’ commitment to the communities they serve. C2C videos showcase banks’ positive community impact (scroll down to view), and C2C awards highlight exceptional community bank outreach.

Member banks are invited to submit videos about their community service, or contact the IBA for complimentary filming/editing assistance. For more information about videos, please contact Emily Brooks, 317-3333-7167. For more information about the C2C awards, contact Laura Wilson, 317-333-7146.

Centier Bank

Centier Bank sponsored the Woofstock Survivor 5K Dog Walk in Fishers, a fundraiser benefiting the Humane Society for Hamilton County

Alliance Bank

Alliance Bank co-hosted a community dinner fundraiser on Sept. 11 that benefited local fire departments.

Security Federal Savings Bank

Security Federal Savings Bank hosted a Block Party to give back to the Logansport community.

STAR Bank

STAR Bank partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters to present Bowl for Kids' Sake.

Wayne Bank

Wayne Bank donated several drones to its local fire department.

Merchants Bank of Indiana

Merchants Bank of Indiana partnered with Merchants Affordable Housing Corp. to lend a helping hand to nine affordable housing developments in downtown Indianapolis.

The Farmers Bank

The Farmers Bank partnered with a local elementary school to help improve reading test scores.

Bath State Bank

George Ferriell, past president and CEO of Bath State Bank, discusses the bank's community involvement and encouragement of employee volunteering.

Old National Bank

Achieve Ability is a program started at Old National that pairs executive leaders with individuals with disabilities for a year-long mentoring program.

Home Bank

The Gathering Together has served end-of-life guests and their families since 2002. Home Bank salutes those involved with this organization.

Hoosier Heartland State Bank

Hoosier Heartland State Bank gave back to its community through the Shared Values Awards, which awarded monetary prizes to community organizations.