Invested in Our Communities
How do you build a strong community?
Start with hard work, teamwork and dedication. Add resilience, perseverance and you have the city that faith built. We are proud to serve our communities and walk side by side with the families, organizations, and businesses that lift up our great community. At First Bank, you will find more than a century of continuous service and a strong history of putting our customers and our community first.
Helping Our Customers Beat the Heat
After so many days over 100 degrees, we wanted to help folks cool off. We handed out water at our Kell location – just one of the ways we're always looking out for our customers!
Casual for a Cause: Burkburnett Boys & Girls Club
The Burkburnett Boys & Girls Club was our Casual for a Cause charity for the month of May. First Bank employees donated a total of $405.78 to help support their programs.
Desk and Derrick Club Golf Tournament
First Bank was a hole sponsor for the 2022 Desk and Derrick Club golf tournament. We fielded a team in the competitions and also grilled for participants and spectators.
Financial Education at Fain Elementary School
First Bank's Mikayla Schreiber visited Fain Elementary, and read "The Berenstain Bears' Trouble with Money” to 73 kindergarten students. She distributed educational kits, and discussed the topics of earning, spending, saving, gifting, needs vs. wants, and banking.
Burkburnett Community Blood Drive
On Tuesday, May 3, First Bank hosted a blood drive at our Burkburnett location. Six First Bank employees and eight community members donated blood.
First Bank sponsored the 2022 edition of T.H.O.R. (Texoma's Hellacious Obstacle Run), and two of our employees, Jeremy and Kody, participated with their spouses. T.H.O.R. is a non-profit race benefitting the LWF and the Wichita Falls Streams & Valleys.
Supporting Financial Literacy for Elementary Students
First Bank hosted 108 first graders from Coder Elementary at our Aledo location. Aledo President Dan Herbert provided financial education from the FDIC’s Money Smart Program, and the students received a tour of the bank followed by lunch after the activities.
First Bank Recognized for More Than 50 Years in Burkburnett
First Bank was awarded The Texas Treasure Business Award from the Texas Historical Commission for being in business for more than 50 years in Burkburnett. Pictured left to right: Tasha Tinsley, Deana Skinner, Jake Andrajack, Andrea Holt, and Jill Fournier.
Windthorst Elementary School
Mikayla Schreiber, Controller at First Bank, visited a kindergarten class at Windthorst Elementary School and taught the students about earning and saving money. Students received a money pencil, a coloring book, and a piggy bank with coins in it to help them learn to save money.