Community Matters at First Financial Bank

A volunteer pauses for a smile after finger painting with school children

We care deeply for our communities and our family is committed to making a difference. Whether through service or investment, First Financial believes in contributing to the success and future of communities we serve. Thank you for allowing us to be a part your community and sharing in our efforts to make every day better.

2018 Community Service
Hours to Date1
Community Service Hours Completed by First Team Members Each Month in 2017
Community Service Hours Completed by First Team Members in 2017
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Local Agencies Served in 2017
2017 Total Corporate Contribution to
United Way's Across Our Service Areas

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“1000 Meals a Day in May” food drive

Kim Stearley (right), Manager of the Brazil 59 Banking Center, accepts a contribution from customer Kenda Dierdorf for First Financial’s “1000 Meals a Day in May” food drive.

Every Friday in May was drive-up donation day, when First associates headed out to the drive-ups to make it easy for customers to give. The drive far exceeded its goal, collecting food and funds equivalent to 144,514 nutritious meals for kids and adults in our service area who struggle to get enough to eat.

Learn more about the impact of the “1000 Meals a Day in May” food drive

Free Saturday Shred Days

First Financial offered free secure shredding on Saturday mornings at 20 banking centers throughout our service area. The shred days are a community service aimed at preventing identity theft that can occur when personal papers are discarded in the trash, where they can easily be accessed.

In addition to documents for shredding and recycling, we also accepted worn-out American flags for respectful disposal by VFW Post 972. During these events, 27,908 pounds of documents and several hundred flags were collected. Teller John Harris was among the First associates helping the many people who took advantage of the events.

Autumn Fest
Marshall, Illinois

Troy Hendricks, First Financial Agricultural Lending Officer and lifelong farmer, took part in the Marshall Autumn Fest parade, driving his John Deere 4020 tractor with his wife Darla riding alongside.

The three-day festival attracts hundreds of visitors and is a signature event for the Clark County area.

See more First Financial community events and initiatives

1. To date figures based on 2017 total contributions divided evenly across 12-month calendar year.

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