Community Impact Foundation
Community Impact Foundation makes second distribution despite social distancing
First National Bank’s Community Impact Foundation donated its second round of funds in late March to three local non-profit organizations supporting our service area. The Jubilee Family Development Center, Miriam’s House, and the Claire Parker Foundation were the three recipients chosen by the employee-led steering committee of the Community Impact Foundation. Due to social distancing measures, the Community Impact Foundation was not able to hold an in-person ceremony for the distribution. We are pleased to support the efforts of these organizations, to cultivate talent and character in people of all ages, to provide a stable place to live for those facing homelessness, and to offer care and comfort for families facing the fight of childhood cancer.
Community Impact Foundation celebrates first distribution with area non-profits
First National Bank employees joined their co-workers on the Community Impact Foundation steering committee on Wednesday, November 13th for the first distribution presentation in the endowment's history. Representatives from Altavista YMCA, Lynchburg Daily Bread, Lynchburg Meals on Wheels, and Patrick Henry Family Services joined us on November 13th