First National Bank and Trust Company Helps Continue Local Red Kettle Program
Dec., 18, 2018, Clinton, Ill. - First National Bank and Trust Company is pleased to announce a donation of $2,500 to Clinton Area Ministerial Association (CAMA) to assist this year’s local Red Kettle Program with The Salvation Army.
Due to recent economic changes in the Clinton area, The Salvation Army Red Kettle Program was not as prominent in the community this Christmas season. First National Bank and Trust Company wanted to ensure this program would continue to thrive with a recent donation. Clinton Area Ministerial Association (CAMA) helps orchestrate this community wide effort, and all funds stay local.
Today in the U.S., The Salvation Army assists more than four-and-a-half million people during the Thanksgiving and Christmas time periods. First National Bank and Trust Company is glad to do just that this holiday season, and to echo one of the founders of the Red Kettle Program, "Keep the pot boiling.”
To learn more about CAMA contact Pastor Scott Marsh who serves as President of the organization at (217) 454-6846.
Pictured in Photo: Rachel Costello, First National Bank; Scott Marsh, CAMA; Josh Shofner, First National Bank and Greg Taylor, CAMA.
About First National Bank: Dedicated to community prosperity, the bank was chartered in 1872 under the name DeWitt County National Bank. The name was changed to First National Bank and Trust Company in 1974, and was recently acquired by TS Banking Group in 2017. With $166 million in assets, First National Bank is dedicated to community reinvestment and gives 10% of its net income back to the community.