Core Bank is pleased to have launched the second season of The Core Experience Podcast with host, Brandon Souba, Assistant Vice President Professional Executive Relationship Manager. Souba comes to Core Bank with experience in the finance industry and with hosting and producing podcasts.
March is Women’s History Month and it’s significant to reflect on the many important contributions women have made to society, including in finance. Women’s contributions and accomplishments have largely been overlooked and consequently omitted from mainstream culture. This month’s observance had its origins as a national celebration in 1981 originally called “Women’s History Week.” Then in 1987, after Congress continued to pass resolutions, the President proclaimed March “Women’s History Month.” Many events over the past half-century have helped to expand the financial rights of U.S. women along with courageous women who persisted to make positive changes for their communities.
We had a record year for individual pledges and 72 people on the “Here Comes Trouble” team with the costume theme being Things 1, 2 and 3 Cat in the Hat. The Core Bank team raised a total of $29,297 for the Special Olympics Nebraska.
Omaha Bridges Out of Poverty was awarded the Core Bank Community Impact Award for the fourth quarter with a gift of $5,000. They were selected among several other applicants also very worthy of the award. The Committee’s focus is on where “real impact” can be seen and measured, and Omaha Bridges Out of Poverty marked those boxes.
For the past 24 years, Core Bank has been able to provide Christmas gifts for over 100 families and over 120 elderly individuals. This year, as in years past, Core Bank employees have chosen to adopt four families from local schools and six elderly individuals from the Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging.
Core Bank held its Second Annual Diaper Drive from November 1st to November 28th in conjunction with #GivingTuesday to support the Nebraska Diaper Bank. The Nebraska Diaper Bank provides diapers through collaborative partnerships to change lives and empower families in need.
In the third quarter, Core Bank awarded The Kansas City Free Eye Clinic (KCFEC) with the Community Impact Award of $5,000. KCFEC has been providing the Kansas City community with no-cost eye care and prescription glasses since 2008. They serve children and adults with...
Core Bank held our inaugural Core Bank Cares Golf Tournament on September 16th at Tiburon Golf Club. The goal of this tournament was to raise money for RESPECT, which is a nonprofit organization that builds healthy relationships using theatre and community collaboration.
The 2021 - 2022 school year marked the beginning of our Core Bank Cares Scholarship Program. With this program, Core Bank was able to award $14,000 in scholarships to local high school seniors. Scholarships are substantial at $2,000 each and were awarded as follows:...
The Granite Falls location opened on September 1st after work on the 3,500 square feet location began in late fall of 2021 by DBSI, Inc., the Design-Build firm with Graham Construction as the General Contractor on the project.