- Community & Stories
Field & Main 2021 Community Giving
Field & Main was built on the power of community, earning trust and forming relationships that share common values and goals. We never take for granted that our communities helped us become who we are today. Our successes in Henderson, Cynthiana, Lexington, and Evansville have been made possible thanks to the partnerships we have made throughout the years. We’re committed to returning the favor by strengthening our friendships and remaking the community by getting involved in impactful ways.
Charitable Donations and Volunteering
Since 2016, Field & Main is proud to have compiled over 6,000 volunteer hours and to have donated over $628,000 that has been passed along to community partners and events. Bank employees are encouraged to donate their time and talents in the communities in which they live and serve our customers.
Field & Main’s goal is to fund projects that improve the quality of life for our local residents. The Community Events team is always looking to support the next community effort. If your event would benefit from volunteers from Field & Main, make your request here.
Field & Main has been a proud sponsor of many local events throughout this past year, and will continue to do so in 2022. These events include the W.C. Handy Blues & Barbecue Festival, the Henderson Area Arts Alliance Season of Events, and WNIN’s RossFest to name a few.
Please note that we are more likely to provide support towards initiatives that are based in arts and culture, education, positive youth development, community development and wellness. If you’re an organization who is interested in applying, submit your sponsorship request here.
At Field & Main, we work to strengthen the communities we serve by investing in organizations and initiatives that share in our vision for developing healthy, vibrant and collaborative communities for those who are directly impacted each and every day. If you would like to learn more about how we give, click here to learn more or call your local branch today.