Helping The Community Thrive

It is a part of FSCB’s culture and tradition to reinvest in the community, which involves actively supporting the developmental goals and civic initiatives of the communities we serve.

From funding educational programs to lending a hand in support of the good work of charitable and faith-based organizations, First State Community Bank is proud to join our friends and neighbors in building stronger and more vital communities.

FSCB Impact Month gives us an opportunity to provide financial support to local charities, while our employees roll up their sleeves and go to work landscaping, painting, preparing meals, and more.

We get our hands dirty and do the work required to positively impact those in need. It’s part of who we are. And it’s part of building strong communities.


“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” –Winston Churchill

Get Involved

Want to participate?

We invite you to join us by dedicating a few hours this month to helping the community, whether it’s picking up trash, donating to a local organization, or volunteering your time. Every act—big or small—contributes to our total positive impact. Share on social media and use the hashtags below to show how you are making a difference!

#FSCBGivesBack #ProudToBeFSCB

2018 Jackson Impact Video - Still 1


Serving the Children’s Division of Social Services

100 toiletry bags. 96 back packs. 14 infant car seats. 1 big Impact. Our team had the opportunity over the summer to support the Children’s Division of Social Services in more ways than one - check it out. 

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The Tradition Continues

First State Community Bank has a long tradition of helping communities through volunteerism. It is our goal with the Impact Initiative to be an active member of our communities for years to come.

Washington Impact 2018 - Donations to K9 Unit

“When you learn, teach. When you get, give.” –Maya Angelou

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