2 Indiana Banks Win Statewide Award For Commitment To Community
Hoosier Heartland State Bank, Crawfordsville, and First Bank Richmond have been honored with the Indiana Bankers Association C2C (Commitment to Community) Awards for outstanding community service performed during 2022.
Hoosier Heartland won the category of banks with assets below $500 million, and First Bank Richmond won in the category of banks with assets of $500 million and above. Together, there were a record 30 entrants across the two categories.
The awards were presented on May 18 during the IBA Mega Conference in Indianapolis. The Association created the C2C Awards in 2018 to celebrate exceptional bank outreach and to raise public awareness of the diverse ways that banks support the communities they serve.
“Banks serve as economic drivers in communities across the state of Indiana,” said Amber R. Van Til, IBA president and CEO. “It is in community service and outreach that banks show their greatest value, investing in the welfare and lives of people. The nominees for the IBA Commitment to Community Award all demonstrate outstanding examples of community investment.”