Sponsorship and Donation Requests
First National Bank of Crossett is committed to giving back to the communities we serve.
One of the ways FNBC serves the communities in which we operate is through the giving of time and resources. Each year FNBC employees donate countless hours of their time in community service work - from volunteering in local schools to fundraising events; and serving on non-profit boards. We understand that being a community bank means being a part of the community and we take that responsibility seriously.
Every year FNBC is contacted by many worthwhile organizations. We make every effort to accommodate as many sponsorship and donation requests as possible. Donations have ranged from national organization fundraisers such as Relay for Life to local school events. Because the requests are so great, guidelines have been implemented in order to assist as many organizations as possible.
To assist in determining the organizations that will be considered for support, below is a list of categories from which requests will be reviewed:
- Community Development
- Economic Development
- Human Services
- Cultural Activities
FNBC will not provide funding for the following types of requests:
- Political organizations, candidates, or campaigns
- Lobbying groups
- Solicitations received by form letter that discriminate on the basis of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin
- Incomplete applications
- Requests with less than proper notification
- Sponsorships/donations for the purpose of an individual
To be considered for a donation or sponsorship, please complete and print the Sponsorship and Donation Request Form, then submit it to any FNBC location or mail to First National Bank of Crossett, Attn: Marketing, 218 Main Street, Crossett, AR 71635. The deadline for a sponsorship request is 4 weeks prior to your event. We will make every effort to process your request in a timely manner. All organizations will be contacted regardless of approval or denial of your request. A decision to deny a request does not imply that the applicant's program is not needed or worthy, but simply that it does not fall within our giving guidelines, priorities, or that funds are not available. We are grateful that we can help and support the communities in which we work and live.
Thanks for your interest!