“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.”
~ Coretta Scott King
Throughout our history, Cattle Bank has played an active role in the communities we serve. From programs at schools to food drives, extending a helping hand is at the core of our business.
Cattle Bank & Trust in Lincoln & Fallbrook NE celebrating 150 Years with Chick-Fil-A, Peoples City Mission & Matt Tabot Kitchen and Outreach commemorating the 150th Anniversary in a grand celebration of community, giving, and togetherness.
What a spooktacular night at the 2023 Trunk or Treat at Lincoln Northwest High School!
Cattle Bank & Trust wants to extend a huge THANK YOU to everyone who joined us for an evening of family fun, costumes, and, of course, sweet treats!
Your smiles and enthusiasm made this event a truly memorable one, and we couldn't be happier to be part of such a vibrant community. We hope you had a blast, and we can't wait to see you all again next year!
Cattle Bank & Trust staff hand out snacks and water at Seward Middle School’s annual Wellness Day. The event is held at Seward’s Plum Creek Park and involves approximately 450 middle school students and staff. This event is just one of the many ways that Cattle Bank & Trust seeks to support our local schools and the wellness of our community.
Seward Middle School starts off each school year by offering an outdoor education experience to all 6th graders at Camp Carol Joy Holling by Ashland, NE. Cattle Bank & Trust staff serve popcorn and water after the Thursday night program, as the bank is a long time supporter of Outdoor Education.
As part of Cattle Bank & Trust’s continued support of education, we presented our annual check to Concordia University for their student scholarship program. The funds for this donation were the result of our customers that use a Concordia Bulldog debit card. If you are interested in helping the Bank support local educational institutions, stop by one of our locations and speak with a customer service representative!
Cattle Bank & Trust held a summer collection drive at its branches to gather hygiene items for Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach in Lincoln. Matt Talbot’s mission is Relieving Hunger, Defeating Homelessness, Addressing Addiction, and Providing Outreach. The Matt Talbot kitchen provides more than 100,000 meals annually to Lincoln’s working poor and homeless.
Cattle Bank & Trust worked with Dr. Josh Fields Superintendent of Seward Public Schools, Jessica Dominy, Principal at Seward Elementary School and Christy Schegg, member of the Seward Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization announcing a donation of $25,000 by the bank towards the Seward Elementary School’s New Playground Project.