Our Community

Your Town. Your Bank.

Since 1903 First National Bank of Crossett has been active in the towns we serve, providing both volunteer resources and financial assistance. In fact, through sponsorships and charitable contributions, FNBC donated more than $75,000 in 2016. In addition to the monetary donations, our employees donated approximately 500 volunteer hours. We believe that doing the right thing for our customers starts with making our communities even better places to live and work - and that the best way to do that is to get involved. Take a look at some of our initiatives below and follow FNBC on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date on our activities in your community.

United Fund of Ashley County

FNBC and its' employees are proud to support the United Fund of Ashley County. Many organizations in Ashley County benefit from our donation to the United Fund.

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

For the second year consecutive year, FNBC sponsors this monthly reading program initiative for kids.

Crossett and Hamburg Project Graduation Events

FNBC has sponsored Project Graduation t-shirts for all participants for many years at both schools. We are very proud to sponsor this event each year. 

FNBC Donates Fountain to Centennial Park in Crossett.

FNBC recently donated a fountain from the original Crossett City Park to the City of Crossett's Centennial Park located on Main Street. The concrete fountain had been located on FNBC's property for many years, however, when FNBC made the decision to construct a new drive-thru facility--a new location was in the its future. FNBC contacted the Crossett Historical Society to determine the original location of the fountain. After considerable research by Crossett Historical Society members, it was determined that the fountain was located in the original Crossett City Park, circa 1920. A plaque has been placed the fountain which is now located in Centennial Park.