FNB Bank donates more than $20,500 back into local schools through Spirit Debit Card Reward Program
FNB Bank is proud to announce that they have donated over $20,500 back to Mayfield, Graves County and Trigg County Schools through their Spirit Debit Card Program. These donations to the school systems are a result of FNB’s 2nd quarter 2019 Spirit Debit Card Reward Program.
“We are proud to offer our exclusive FNB Spirit Debit Card Program to our local schools,” stated Brooke Wiles, FNB Marketing Director. “Our customers have pride in knowing that they are making a difference in the lives of our youth by simply swiping their Spirit Debit Cards at the checkout. The donated funds allow the school systems the opportunity to do more for their students and staff, which is an invaluable asset to our community.”
The FNB Spirit Debit Card Rewards Program allows FNB and their customers the opportunity to give back to their local schools when they use their FNB debit card. FNB currently offers Spirit Debit Cards for Mayfield, Graves County and Trigg County Schools. The Spirit Card works like a traditional debit card and for each signature-based transaction (not using your PIN), FNB donates $0.10 to the corresponding school. The tracking process is hassle free for the card holder, as FNB does all the tracking and submits the check to each school on a quarterly basis. The donated funds are utilized at the school’s discretion.
In 2018, FNB donated over $66,000 to their participating schools through the Spirit Debit Card Program. To learn more about the Spirit Debit Card Program, stop by your nearest FNB Office or visit www.GrowWithFNB.com.
FNB Bank, founded in 1875, is one of the oldest banks in the state of Kentucky and ranks among the highest in the nation in the area of safety and soundness. The bank currently has eight locations: Mayfield Main, Mayfield Southside, Wingo, Lone Oak, Paducah, Murray, Cadiz Main, and Cadiz West. FNB is member FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.
Pictured here, from left, are Brooke Wiles, FNB Marketing Director; Donnitta Pyle, FNB Mayfield South Office Manager; Abbie Morris, Graves County Schools secondary instructional supervisor; Selise Ridolfi, GCS director of special education; Shelina McClain GCS food services director; Jennifer Dillon, GCS finance director; Belinda Howard, GCS accounts payable; Macie Mullins, receptionist; Karen Clapp, payroll clerk; Polly Toon, FNB Business Account Specialist; Wes Johnson, human resources director; Missi Whitenton, administrative assistant; Christy Puckett, director of pupil personnel; Paul Scott, FNB CFO; and Ann Clapp, administrative assistant to the superintendent.