At Midstates Bank we invest our time, resources and passion to build and support the communities in which we live.
Charitable GivingEveryday our donations are hard at work funding local programs that build sustainable communities. We support agencies that support economic development, provide down payment assistance for low-income individuals and provide basic needs and human services for local families.
- Avoca - AHSTW Community Assistance Program
- Council Bluffs - New Visions Homeless Services & All Care Health Center
- Harlan - West Central Community Action
- Kingsley - The Dwelling
- Le Mars - Christian Needs Center
- Missouri Valley - Harrison County Food Pantry
- Mondamin - Matthew House
- Neola / Minden - Neola & Minden Food Pantry
- Sergeant Bluff - Helping Hands
Supporting Our Veterans
Our commitment to veterans and their families is expressed through charitable donations and volunteerism to our local organizations. We appreciate your service and hope you accept this small way of saying "thank you."
Midstates Bank provided complimentary meals on Veterans Day to active-duty military and veterans in Missouri Valley and Avoca, Iowa.
- Veterans Food Pantry in Council Bluffs
- VFW in Harlan
- Midstates Bank in Kingsley, helped collect donation items for Support Siouxland Soldiers helping to provide care packages to deployed service members from the Sioux City, Iowa, area.
Supporting Local Restaurants with To-Go Orders
Midstates Bank is proud to support local restaurants during this difficult economic time due to COVID. The bank provided to-go lunches for bank employees each week between March-August. An estimated 80-100 lunches were ordered each week, with over 2,000 lunches ordered to date.
Programming covers topics related to financial obstacles facing young adults, including paying for college, knowing their credit score, managing money and protecting their identity. Middle school and elementary curriculum explores safe and unsafe places to keep money, spending choices and impact on the environment, and banking careers. Over the course of the volunteer events, approximately 200 students and adults from southwest Iowa learned first-hand about the importance of setting a budget to manage their money.
During the past year, Midstates Bank has partnered with the following local schools and community organizations to celebrate Teach to Save and Get Smart About Credit.
- AHSTW (Avoca, Hancock, Shelby, Tennant, Walnut) Elementary, Middle & High School
- Harlan High School- Harlan, Iowa
- Iowa Western Community College (TRiO Program) - Council Bluffs, Iowa
- Kingsley-Pierson Elementary School - Kingsley, Iowa
- Kirn Middle School - Council Bluffs, Iowa
- Missouri Valley High School - Missouri Valley, Iowa
- Tri-Center (Neola, Minden, Persia, Beebeetown) Elementary & High School
- West Harrison Elementary & Middle School- Mondamin, Iowa
Throughout the year Midstates Bank employees actively participate in employee giving campaigns benefiting local nonprofit organizations.
- Employees organized food and clothing donations for Iowans impacted by the floods. Employee gifts and donations matched by Midstates Bank totaled $1,400 for local Red Cross Chapters.
- Midstates Bank matched employee charitable contributions dollar for dollar to raise $2,500 for Ovarian Cancer research.
For more information about how we serve our communities, visit our CRA Public Notice.