At the heart of community banking, you’ll find a commitment to reinvesting in our communities. That’s because, to us, value means more than a balance sheet or account receipt. It means respecting the inherent worth in every individual we serve and in every community we are in.
Read a few of the real-life stories of how we give back to the communities we serve.
The Bank of Commerce opened in August 3rd, 1959, in Idaho Falls, Idaho. From that day, the bank has demonstrated its commitment to supporting and serving its community. Over 200 employees share the bank’s passion for volunteerism. In 2019, they donated over 8,400 hours to community causes and will stay engaged in the communities they… READ MORE»
Since its founding in Pocatello, Idaho, in 1997, Citizens Community Bank has been all about community and serving all. Whether taking in deposits or making loans to help businesses, one of the most important roles their bankers play is getting involved in the areas that they serve, whether through being on boards of non-profits, actively… READ MORE»
First Federal Savings Bank is a community bank headquartered in Twin Falls, Idaho. Established in 1915, one hundred years later the Bank wanted to celebrate its Centennial by thanking the residents of the Magic Valley for their loyalty and support over the past 100 years. To do so, the Bank created and gifted ‘First Federal… READ MORE»