Pub. 3 2021 Issue 3


FIRSTPAC Nears Fundraising Record As Reporting Deadline Approaches


FirstPac recently marked it’s second-highest donation total for the first reporting period over the last 20 years, as well as the most contributions since 2012, in raising nearly $31,000!

Congratulations go to Enterprise Bank, Ambler Savings Bank, Phoenixville Federal B&T, and First Federal S&L Assn. of Greene Co. for ensuring that 100%of their directors invested in FIRSTPAC! PACB also applauds Jim Thorpe National Bank for collecting contributions from over 90% of their directors and employees, and as well Marquette Savings Bank, Jonestown Bank & Trust Co., and Mercer Co. State Bank, who helped to raise FIRSTPAC investments from over half of the directors at those institutions. Pennian Bank, Community State Bank of Orbisonia, and Tioga-Franklin Savings Bank each raised more than $500. Brentwood Bank, County Savings Bank, and Woodlands Bank invested more than $250. Port Richmond Savings and Bank of Bird in Hand invested more than $100 in the competition period.

“After the many challenges we all faced in 2020, there is never a better time for community bankers to stand together,” noted Chuck Leyh, FIRSTPAC Chair, President, and CEO of Enterprise Bank, Allison Park.

Shivers and Director of Government Relations Jordan Grant stand ready to make a special presentation to your bank’s board of directors to explain the stakes in the election, demystify the races, offer insights into the candidates, and create more value for your bankers who invest in the FIRSTPAC.