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March 27: First Bank President & CEO Todd MacManus addresses the current events going on in the financial industry within the United States.



September 10: Sitka Homeless Coalition received a $7,000 grant to help fund the building of small cabins to aid in providing shelter for the communities' homeless population.

August (Month Long)The bank held a donation drive to supply backpacks and school supplies for foster children across Southeast Alaska for the upcoming school year. Employees and customers alike helped fill over 250 backpacks that were donated to local police stations and Offices of Children Services.

August 13: First Bank held it's 13th Annual Sitka Golf Tournament with a $50,000 cash prize for a hole-in-one.

June 24: Juneau Community Foundation received a $5,000 grant to help fund Juneau's activities, programs and various camps for the youth of the community.

April 18: The Friends of Zach Gordon recieved a $10,000 grant for the Sheiyi Xaat Youth Shelter.

March 29: In Juneau, we presented a $3,000 scholarship to the Southeast Board of Realtors (SEABR) for thier Memorial Scholarship Fund.



August 5: We were able to provide a $5,000 grant to the Sitka Sound Science Center to help provide low-cost housing for students, student researchers and seasonal workers.

June 11: In Sitka, we presented a $5,000 check to the Sitka Fine Arts Camp for their scholarship program.

May 25: In Wrangell, the Wrangell Salvation Army used a $2,500 grant to help fund a children's summer lunch program.

May 20: The Sitka Economic Development Association received a $5,000 grant in support of its efforts to promote economic development in that area.

May 3: The Juneau Pregnancy Resource Center received a $3,000 grant to assist with their work to provide life skills education, parenting classes, and basic baby supplies.

April 9: Alaska Legal Services, which provides free civil legal services to low-income Alaskans, received $3,000 in grant funding.

January 6: We provided $1,000 in funding to the Southeast Alaska Food Bank.


December 27: It was a pleasure to end the year with a contribution to the Wrangell Medical Center Foundation to help support cancer care, health careers and scholarships.

December 23: 
In Wrangell, the Wrangell Burial Assistance program received $1,000 to aid their efforts to assist with the cost of burials or cremations of loved ones. 

December 23:
 We were able to provide the Ketchikan Wellness Coalition with $500 to help with their "Christmas Gifts for the Homeless" campaign. 

August 20: 
A $2,500 grant was provided to Ketchikan's Salvation Army for its monthly food distribution program.

June 23: 
Two Prince of Wales veterans' associations each received $2,500 in funding.

May 20:
 All of our branch lobbies re-opened after being closed as a precaution during outbreaks of COVID-19 in our branch communities.

March 23:
 We closed our Branch lobbies and service was limited to the drive-through windows only as the first reports of COVID-19 began to appear in Southeast Alaska. 

March 12: 
Our Prince of Wales Branch staff presented Craig Child Care Center with a $3,000 check to aid their services. 

March 9: 
Family Promise of Juneau received $5,000 in grant funds to help pay for comprehensive shelter services  for homeless children and their families.

March 4: 
$5,000 in grant funds was presented to the Sitka Economic Development Association  to aid in the development of a healthy and diverse economy.

February 21: 
A check for $3,000 was presented to the Juneau Pregnancy Resource Center to help pay for children's car seats

February 18: Our Sitka Branch presented a $5,000 grant to the Sitka Community Land Trust for affordable housing

January 31: 
A $5,000 grant was presented to the Juneau Community Foundation for its School Food Program that provides qualified students with free lunches and breakfasts. School Food Program