Our communities are at the heart of everything we do. Like our customers, we live and work in the towns we serve. We have a vested interest in seeing our communities thrive!
At Emprise, we want to make a difference in people’s lives and give generously in the spirit of accomplishing great things that makes Kansas stronger. And we lead by example. Not only does the bank support a wide variety of qualified organizations, but our employees are dedicated to getting involved as well. Our Community Volunteer Program celebrates the contributions each one of us can make to give back.
If you’d like to request a sponsorship or donation for your organization, please read our guidelines.
Emprise Bankers across the state participated in Wear Blue Day 2017 in support of Child Abuse Prevention Month (April). For a small donation, employees were able to dress down for the day. Participants also received a blue ribbon sticker and a Pinwheels for Prevention momento.
Wear Blue Day donations went directly to support two important organizations: SCARF (Sunlight Children's Advocacy & Rights Foundation) and Kansas Children's Service League (KCSL).
The Emprise team had a blast supporting The Pando Initiative's 100 Men Who Cook 2017 fundraiser. This entertaining event enlisted the culinary skills of 100 notable local business and corporate leaders to prepare delicious dishes that ranged from appetizers, to main dishes, to desserts.
All funds raised from the event went towards helping Pando Initiative students thrive in education and their future.
Emprise bankers became Emprise bowlers to support Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters and the 2017 Change the Game For Kids Sake campaign.
Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters helps boys and girls, most of whom are considered at-risk and live in single-parent homes, achieve full potential through long-term personal relationships with carefully screened and caring volunteers.
Emprise staff members lent a helping hand and open ear at Jabara Airport for Tunes on the Tarmac 2017, Arts Partners’ signature fundraiser. Funds from the event went towards Arts Partners’ mission to inspire children to discover learning through the arts.
Arts Partners, affiliated with the national Young Audiences Arts for Learning network, is a comprehensive educational program that integrates visual and performing arts into all areas of the curriculum through the planned use of community cultural resources.