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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 make our communities stronger. 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, Emprise Empowers, celebrates the contributions each one of us can make to give back. Emprise encourages community involvement and facilitates and supports volunteer opportunities with organizations that provide important services to our cities and are meaningful to our employees.
Look for our Emprise Empowers volunteers at community events around the state!
If you’d like to request a sponsorship or donation for your organization, please read our guidelines.
Cool April temperatures didn’t stop artists, crafters, and musicians from sharing their talents in Clearwater as part of the annual Art Walk.
Dear Friends, a local band, entertained fans in the lobby of the Clearwater Emprise branch, and audience members also enjoyed community member Mike Machart’s wooden works of art on display.
“We love our community and the small town pride that exudes, especially with events like this!”
–Emprise Bank, Clearwater
Emprise employees recently made a visit to Humboldt Elementary to help educate second graders about being money smart with some fun activities. At the end of the lesson, students got the opportunity to guess how much change was in a jar. The students that were the closest with their guesses got to keep the change and also received Emprise Bank piggy banks to house their savings in style.
“Chef Jim” represented Emprise Bank by serving up Tex-Mex casserole & margaritas at The Pando Initiative's "100 Men Who Cook” fundraiser. Emprise Empowers volunteers worked the event’s “bank” by keeping track of tips earned by each chef to determine the Top Chef Award winners.
Emprise Bank is proud to present the 2018 Anniversary Film Series at the Wichita Orpheum Theatre for the eighth year. The series brings classic movies back to the big screen to celebrate milestone anniversaries. Shows occur on the third Thursday of each month (except for October). Check out the schedule below and visit wichitaorpheum.com/series/2018-anniversary-film-series/ for tickets.
• April 19 - Heathers (30th Anniversary)
• May 17 - Dazed & Confused (25th Anniversary)
• June 21 - Grease Sing-A-Long (40th Anniversary)
• July 19 - One Upon a Time in the West (50th Anniversary)
• August 16 - National Lampoon's Animal House (40th Anniversary)
• September 20 - Enter the Dragon (45th Anniversary)
• October 11 - Hocus Pocus (25th Anniversary)
• November 15 - Coming to America (30th Anniversary)
• December 20 - A Christmas Story (35th Anniversary)
United Way of the Plains’ Women United “Read to Succeed” initiative focuses on helping children read at grade level by third grade when students begin to transition from "learning to read" to "reading to learn." Destiny from Emprise spent the fall semester with Miss Olivia and developed a meaningful mentorship in addition to reading skills.
"It has been such a joy the last semester to watch Olivia’s confidence in her reading skills soar. The smile on her face when she retains something she learned from one of our previous sessions is priceless! Olivia and I have grown more than her reading skills - we’ve grown a friendship to which I truly treasure. I would encourage anyone who can spare an hour a week to consider being a coach for the many children in need of reading practice as it’s a critical skill for all students." -Destiny, Volunteer
If you are interested in helping students learn this critical skill, sign up to be a future volunteer reading coach. Learn more: unitedwayplains.org/read-to-succeed-volunteering-january-2018
Emprise Bank was a proud sponsor of Young People's Concerts at Century II in January. The Wichita Symphony Orchestra and Classical Kids Music Education performed "Mozart's Magnificent Voyage" to over 11,000 kids. 807 chaperones, 154 buses, 132 schools, 80 volunteers, 50 musicians, 6 concerts, and 6 generous sponsors all helped the music magic happen.