The Directors, Officers and Staff of JCB believe wholeheartedly in the importance of bringing value to the communities we serve. Monetary donations to worthwhile organizations in Bartholomew, Jackson, Jennings, Lawrence and surrounding counties are distributed annually. In addition, an abundance of time and talent is donated generously by JCB team members to local organizations and programs working to improve the quality of life in our communities.
As banking experts, JCB has long been involved in financial literacy initiatives. Working through established service organizations in our communities, JCB provides human and monetary resources for the benefit of youth and adult financial literacy.Pictured here: JCB’s bowling team at the annual Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids Sake fundraiser.
JCB’s history is deeply entrenched in the history of our communities. We carry that legacy on through our support of organizations including local Chambers of Commerce, industrial development organizations, and community foundations.Pictured here: JCB volunteers served 1,000 cookies and nearly 40 gallons of cocoa free of charge to the Greater Seymour Chamber of Commerce’s One Chamber Christmas attendees this year.
JCB supports schools at all levels in our areas, both academic and athletic initiatives. Our belief is that children blossoming in school will one day be our employees and our customers, and now is the time to help them build a foundation for a vibrant future.Pictured here: JCB’s Sammy Saver visiting with some of his fans.
With approximately 5,700 hours of volunteer work reported in the past year, JCB’s employees work hard in the office and outside it. Our employees are volunteer business teachers, church leaders, board members, lunch hour service organization members, and donors. If you see JCB team members wearing jeans at work, ask them why: Chances are good that they earned the opportunity by making a donation or participating in a charitable endeavor.Pictured here: JCB Network Administrator Richard Blackman is a volunteer for Utopia Wildlife Rehabilitators. Primarily as an educator, in his spare time he helps with programs designed to teach the public about wildlife in Indiana. Richard is shown here with Garak, an eastern screech owl, one of the education ambassadors for Utopia.