Richmond, Indiana – First Bank Richmond announced today that they will donate $7,500 to Amigos, the Richmond Latino Center during the month of March 2021. The mission of Amigos is to empower the Latinx community to engage actively in Richmond and Wayne County and to promote learning, cooperation, and respect across cultures. Their focus is on education, health, and creating cultural connections.
“Amigos, the Richmond Latino Center is so grateful for the continued support of First Bank Richmond. Their 2021 sponsorship will assist with the Cinco de Mayo Cinco K (5K), the Richmond International Food Festival, Summer Camp, Amigos Educational Programs: English Language Classes, Latinx Leadership Program, Youth Tennis, and Basic Needs for Families. Last year, First Bank Richmond provided Amigos with sponsorship funding as well as funding to purchase a bus to transport participants to and from programs, a major barrier that Amigos had previously faced. Amigos and all of the Richmond community are so blessed to have the support of First Bank Richmond.”
Karrie Lackey, Resource Development Specialist - Amigos, the Richmond Latino Center.
“First Bank is pleased to be a long-time supporter of the Amigos Center.We believe in their programs which provide support for the Latino community by hosting food give-aways, English language classes, social family events, and many programs for youth including tennis and music lessons.”
Kim Poinsett, VP/Community Relations, First Bank Richmond
First Bank Richmond is committed to be an integral partner to the communities in which they serve.Since 1887, not only have they provided their community with sound financial products and services, they have also fostered a philanthropic commitment that has made a significant impact through the dedication of their organization’s resources, talents and time. This commitment is facilitated through the following channels:
Financial support pledged through contributions and event sponsorships. In 2020, they proudly donated more than $500,000 to local not-for-profit organizations.
Board/employee leadership and participation with local not-for-profit organizations. Last year, 60% of their staff served on a board or a committee and volunteered many service hours, even during a pandemic.
Donations (in-kind) and fundraising efforts to promote local initiatives.
For more information concerning First Bank Richmond’s Community Foundation or local sponsorships and contributions, please contact Ms. Kimberly Poinsett, Vice President Community Relations at 765-973-4258 or email@example.com
First Bank Richmond is a community-oriented financial institution headquartered in Richmond, Indiana. First Bank Richmond provides full banking services to individuals and businesses through its eight branches located in Indiana and five branches and one loan production office in Ohio. The Ohio offices currently operate as Mutual Federal, a division of First Bank Richmond. Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender.