Skip to main content

Please use a supported browser such as Microsoft Edge, Chrome or Firefox for viewing First Neighbor Bank's websites.

ONLINE BANKING LOGIN

FNB Scholarship Programs

CBAI Foundation for Community Banking Scholarship


First Neighbor Bank is proud to help promote the CBAI Foundation for Community Banking’s 2022 Annual Scholarship Program, which enables Illinois high-school seniors to enter a statewide essay-writing contest. The goal of the program is to increase public awareness of community banks and their contributions.

First Neighbor Bank invites and encourages our Toledo, Greenup, Neoga, Mattoon, Charleston, Casey, Newman, Paris, Tuscola, Chrisman, Kansas and Shiloh high school seniors to apply for this scholarship.  Seniors will need to visit their school’s Guidance Counselor for rules and application forms.

The CBAI Foundation for Community Banking provides $21,000 in scholarship funds for top high schools seniors statewide. One semi-finalist may be chosen from each of the CBAI groups via an essay-writing contest. They will award a $1,000 scholarship to a student in 11 of CBAl's 12 groups along with $500 to a second person in each group, which ensures geographical uniformity of winners. The statewide winner will win $1,000 a year for up to four years of higher education. And, as in previous years, the high school of the overall winner will receive $500.

Entry Deadline: First Neighbor Bank must receive entries on or before FEBRUARY 23, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. to be eligible for judging.  Please submit your entry to any of the 9 First Neighbor Bank locations – Toledo, Greenup, Casey, Charleston, Mattoon, Neoga, Newman, Paris or Tuscola.

Aldrich Green Scholarship


The Aldrich Green Scholarship fund hopes to aid educational endeavors by offering scholarships to graduating Cumberland high school seniors. The fund will offer educational grants as scholarships to graduating high school seniors who aspire to continue their education at the college level. We would like to invite all seniors to apply who conform to the criteria below.

General information: Up to a $1,000 scholarship will be given to a student annually but will be distributed $500 per semester for the time he or she is enrolled in the college of his or her choice. The money could be used for tuition, fees, books, or living expenses for any two or four year College, Technical School, or Junior College. Preference will be given to applicants who are less financially able to obtain a higher education and may not be receiving other scholarships or grants.

Criteria

  • Applicant should have good academic standing.
  • Applicant should have some school involvement.
  • We may consider work experience for determining recipient.
  • Applicant should have good citizenship/behavior.
  • Special consideration will be given to students planning to return to the county where they currently reside in to seek employment.
  • Upon completion of the application, it is the property of the scholarship committee and is non-returnable to the applicant.
  • Your transcript should also be included with your application.
  • In order for us to retain a complete file, please submit a picture and attach it to your application.

Entry Deadline: Applications for this scholarship must be received on or prior to April 30, 2021.  Please submit your entry to either our Greenup or Toledo branch locations.

DOWNLOAD 2022 APPLICATION.

First Neighbor Bank, N.A. Scholarship


The First Neighbor Bank, N.A. Scholarship hopes to aid educational endeavors by offering scholarships to graduating high school seniors. The funds will offer educational grants as scholarships to graduating high school seniors who aspire to continue their education at the college level. We would like to invite all seniors to apply who conform to the criteria below. Seniors enrolled in any of the following high schools may apply: Cumberland, Casey, Charleston, Chrisman, Kansas, Mattoon, Neoga, Oakland, Paris, Shiloh or Tuscola.

General information:A five-hundred-dollar scholarship will be presented at the High School Awards ceremony to a student enrolled in a two- or four-year college. The money could be used for tuition, fees, books, or living expenses for any two- or four-year College, Technical School, or Junior College. Preference will be given to applicants who are less financially able to obtain a higher education and may not be receiving other scholarships or grants.

Criteria:

  • Applicant should have good academic standing.
  • Applicant should have some school involvement.
  • We may consider work experience for determining recipient.
  • Applicant should have good citizenship/behavior.
  • Special consideration will be given to students planning to return to the county where they currently reside min to seek employment.
  • Upon completion of the application, it is the property of the scholarship committee and is non-returnable to the applicant.
  • Your transcript should also be included with your application.
  • In order for us to retain a complete file, please submit a picture and attach it to your application.

Award information: First Neighbor Bank branches serving their immediate communities will be awarding a single scholarship to the chosen high school student. Some First Neighbor Bank branches serve more than their immediate communities. For those communities covered by a branch that is not physically located in their town, those student’s applications will be submitted and reviewed by staff at the nearest branch.

If a First Neighbor Bank branch covers more than one high school, only one scholarship will be awarded from that branch location. The following is a breakdown of the scholarships awarded by branch.

  • Casey Branch – 1 Scholarship awarded to Casey High School senior
  • Charleston Branch – 1 Scholarship awarded to either a Charleston or Oakland High School senior
  • Greenup Branch – 1 Scholarship awarded to a Cumberland High School senior
  • Mattoon Branch – 1 Scholarship awarded to a Mattoon High School senior
  • Neoga Branch – 1 Scholarship awarded to a Neoga High School senior
  • Newman Branch – 1 Scholarship awarded to a Shiloh High School senior
  • Paris Branch – 1 Scholarship awarded to either a Paris, Chrisman or Kansas High School senior
  • Toledo Branch – 1 Scholarship awarded to a Cumberland High School senior
  • Tuscola Branch – 1 Scholarship awarded to a Tuscola High School senior

Entry Deadline: Applications for this scholarship must be received on or prior to April 30, 2021 for all schools listed above with the exception of Mattoon High School. Deadline for Mattoon is April 1, 2022. Please submit your entry to any of the 9 First Neighbor Bank locations – Toledo, Greenup, Casey, Charleston, Mattoon, Neoga, Newman, Paris or Tuscola.

DOWNLOAD 2022 APPLICATION.

William & Elizabeth Shadley Scholarship


The William and Elizabeth Shadley Scholarship fund hopes to aid educational endeavors by offering scholarships to graduating Cumberland high school seniors. The fund will offer educational grants as scholarships to graduating high school seniors who aspire to continue their education at the college level. We would like to invite all seniors to apply who conform to the criteria below.

General information:
One $500 scholarship will be presented at the Cumberland High School Awards ceremony to a student enrolled in a two or four year college. The money could be used for tuition, fees, books, or living expenses for any two or four year College, Technical School, or Junior College. Preference will be given to applicants who are less financially able to obtain a higher education and may not be receiving other scholarships or grants.

Criteria

  • Applicant should have good academic standing.
  • Applicant should have some school involvement.
  • We may consider work experience for determining recipient.
  • Applicant should have good citizenship/behavior.
  • Special consideration will be given to students planning to return to the county where they currently reside in to seek employment.
  • Upon completion of this application, it is the property of the scholarship committee and is non-returnable to the applicant.
  • Your transcript should also be included with this application.
  • In order for us to retain a complete file, and attach it to your application.

Entry Deadline: Applications for this scholarship must be received on or prior to April 30, 2021. Please submit your entry to either our Greenup or Toledo branch locations.

DOWNLOAD 2022 APPLICATION.

FIRST NEIGHBOR BANK N.A.

CASEY: 217-932-4048


CHARLESTON: 217-345-4060


GREENUP: 217-923-3125


MATTOON: 217-234-9700


NEOGA: 217-895-5800


NEWMAN: 217-837-2491


PARIS: 217-463-1111


TOLEDO: 217-849-2701


TUSCOLA: 217-253-1000


CALL TOLL FREE: 1-877-865-3361


Routing Number: ‍071109082


All loans are subject to credit approval.

Equal Housing Lender logo
Download Equal Housing Statement.

Member FDIC logo
Go to the FDIC website.

See our rating on Bauer Financial's website.

FIRST NEIGHBOR TAX & ACCOUNTING*

CASEY: 217-932-4048


CHARLESTON: 217-345-3010


NEOGA: 217-895-3272


*Tax and accounting services are not FDIC insured.

 

FIRST NEIGHBOR INVESTMENTS**

CASEY: 217-932-4048


MATTOON: 217-234-9700


**Securities and advisory services are offered through LPL Financial (LPL), a registered investment advisor and broker-dealer (member FINRA/SIPC). Insurance products are offered through LPL or its licensed affiliates. First Neighbor Bank and First Neighbor Investments are not registered as a broker-dealer or investment advisor. Registered representatives of LPL offer products and services using First Neighbor Investments, and may also be employees of First Neighbor Bank. These products and services are being offered through LPL or its affiliates, which are separate entities from, and not affiliates of First Neighbor Bank or First Neighbor Investments. Securities and insurance offered through LPL or its affiliates are:

 

Visit First Neighbor Investments website.

See First Neighbor Investments on Facebook!

Copyright © 2011 - 2021  First Neighbor Bank, N.A.

You are now leaving First Neighbor Bank

First Neighbor Bank provides links to web sites of other organizations in order to provide visitors with certain information. A link does not constitute an endorsement of content, viewpoint, policies, products or services of that web site. First Neighbor Bank is not responsible for the products, services, and/or any content presented on third party websites. Once you link to another web site not maintained by First Neighbor Bank, you are subject to the terms and conditions of that web site, including but not limited to its privacy policy.

You will be redirected to

Click the link above to continue or CANCEL