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Midstates Bank

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Midstates Bank to Sponsor Siouxland Heart Walk

July 2022

Life is made up of special moments—and each day is an opportunity to make more. We walk to raise funds for science that helps us live longer, be healthier and make more moments possible.

This year’s 2022 Siouxland Heart Walk will be bigger than ever, and Midstates Bank is a proud local sponsor.  The Heart Walk will begin at 8:30 am on Saturday, August 13 in Dakota Dunes, SD.

Midstates Bank’s sponsorship is a significant commitment to the lifesaving mission of the American Heart Association. The bank will host the event’s Survivor Lane, which supports and celebrates individuals reaching the finish line and ringing the survivor bell.  

Midstates Bank’s VP Branch Manager of Kingsley and Le Mars, Adam Lloyd, serves on the board of the local American Heart Association.  He will host a team of walkers with his daughter, Regyn, a survivor of a Congenital Heart Defect and a Youth Heart Ambassador. Midstates Bank team members will wear red to raise awareness and will contribute individually to Regyn’s overall fundraising goal. To support Regyn's goal, go to Team Regyn Heart Walk.

The Heart Walk is a time of celebration, joy, and inspiration. It's important for all of us work together to support one single goal - to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives. 

Please join Midstates Bank today and help save lives!  To learn more, go to 2022 Siouxland Heart Walk



Midstates Bank Donates $25,000 to Wellness Center Renovation Project

December 2021

HARLAN - Midstates Bank announced a $25,000 donation to the Petersen Family Wellness Center/Lewis Family Aquatic Center renovation project. 

Donations are being made to the Make a Splash fundraising campaign.  The expense of maintaining amenities exceeds what is received in membership dues, and community contributions are needed to help sustain operations. 

Midstates Bank has taken a personal interest in not only customers but the entire “well-being” of surrounding neighborhoods. Now with 10 branches operating in 5 counties, we continue to grow and enhance the communities we serve.


Charitable Giving

December 2021

Everyday 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. 

Recent Donations

New Visions Homeless Services
All Care Health Center
Trivium Life Services
HARLAN West Central Community Action
KINGSLEY The Dwelling
LE MARS Christian Needs Center
MISSOURI VALLEY Harrison County Food Pantry
MONDAMIN Matthew House Food Pantry
NEOLA / MINDEN Neola & Minden Food Pantry
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."

Recent Donations

  • Branches in Missouri Valley, Council Bluffs, Kingsley, Le Mars and Sergeant Bluff hosted donuts and coffee to honor veterans and active-duty military. 
  • Midstates Bank provided complimentary meals on Veterans Day to active-duty military and veterans in Missouri Valley, Neola, Harlan, and Avoca, Iowa. 
  • Cash donation to VFW in Council Bluffs 

For more information about how we serve our communities, visit our CRA Public Notice. 

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