The financial institution demonstrates community spirit
The Community National Bank (CNB) again this year unveiled its debit card promotion which benefits four nonprofits in their areas of expertise. Whenever cardholders use their CNB debit card to make a purchase of five dollars or more in November and December, the National Community Bank will donate five cents to a local charity in their respective communities. Since 2018, CNB has donated over $ 28,000 to local charities as part of this annual program.
The recipient of funds for this promotion at Seneca is the Community National Bank / CNB Custody / Invisor Underprivileged Children Fund. This fund was created to help children from underprivileged and underprivileged backgrounds whose needs are not met. Disbursements are paid directly to service providers, who will purchase items and work with low-income children (no cash disbursement). Beneficiaries are generally referred by and through school systems, hospitals, doctor’s offices, etc.
At Tonganoxie, the recipient is Team Tongie. It is a wonderful organization that provides funds to families facing serious health and medical issues. Assistance is used for transportation to doctor’s appointments and treatments, payment for medication, and help with other daily expenses while a family member is ill or unable to work.
Our Basehor site chose BLAS, Basehor-Linwood Assistance Services. BLAS is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a variety of emergency services to residents of the Basehor-Linwood School District. These services can include utility payments, food, school supplies, and vacation assistance.
The recipient in Sabetha is Neighbor 2 Neighbor. Neighbor 2 Neighbor is a private sector funded program based in Sabetha that seeks to connect people, churches and other organizations and resources with individuals and families in need of help. All the work is done by volunteers who have connected to Neighbor 2 Neighbor through various means.
“Community National Bank is committed to our communities,” said Dorsey Hall, President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are delighted to join our cardholders in contributing to the valuable services and resources provided by our local non-profit organizations. “
Community National Bank debit cards can be issued instantly by the bank and can be used at ATMs or for purchases at retail merchants, by telephone and on the Internet. The Community National Bank was founded in 1984 by a group of individuals from Nemaha County with a philosophy of diverse local ownership and decisions made at the local level. Committed to providing a wide range of financial services, while being an integral part of the communities we serve.
Since its inception, Community National Bank has grown to include four bank branches, a mortgage company, and a national custodial service for self-administered pension plans. With locations in Seneca, Tonganoxie, Basehor and Sabetha, the bank has maintained its underlying philosophy of empowering its individual offices with decision-making powers to support their individual clients and the communities they serve.